<br />RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY 0� +WART
<br />B %ING,THE RATE PER CENTUM AND LEVYI AR UPON ALL
<br />OF THE ! PROPERTY WITHIN THE NEWPORT BEACH
<br />WHICH I9 TA%AHL 'IN FOR IPAL PURPOSES.
<br />The Resolution was re der eb, designated RESOLUTION NO.
<br />707 and upon ball of the as passed a following vote, to —wit:
<br />AYES, Co en Hilmer, Claire, El1Bw6 arfield, Johnson.
<br />A , ounoilmen None.
<br />BENT, Councilmen None.
<br />This being the time and place fixed for opening bide for the
<br />live bait concession on the Newport Pier, the Board in open session
<br />publicly opened, examined and declared all sealed bids received for
<br />eaid:ltoenee, and the Clerk reported that one bid had been received as
<br />Geo. C..Hiner, $3,600.00 for the three tear term of license.
<br />Councilman Hilmar then introduced a Resolution accepting the bid
<br />and awarding the License to Geo. C. Hiner, being the highest and best
<br />bid. The Resolution was read, considered, designated RESOLUTION NO.
<br />708 and upon call of the roll was passed by the following vote,to —wit:
<br />AYES, Councilmen Hilmer, Claire, Ellsworth, Garfield, Johnson.
<br />NOES, Councilmen None.
<br />ABSENT, Councilmen None.
<br />A communication from R. S. Briggs offering to sell the City
<br />a a reasonable price, the title books which he had made while City
<br />Tre er and which contained information necessary to comply with t
<br />new to law in regard to street improvement work. The aamo was
<br />oonside d and on motion of Councilman Garfield eeoonded by Ceun man
<br />Ellsworth d carried, the offer was accepted.
<br />On otion of Councilman Claire seconded by Counoilm Hilmar
<br />and.oarried, a demands which were in proper form and ai and
<br />approved by th inanoe Committee, were allowed and warr a to be
<br />drawn for same.
<br />A hearing the matter of the City of Newpo Beach va A. J.
<br />Borden, who was cite to appear and show oause why a old building in
<br />West Newport should no be declared a nuisance, w taken up, and Joe.
<br />R.-Mexquette, Jr., Atto for Mr. Borden, pre ant his case stating
<br />on account of the depressi Mr. Borden had b n out.of work most of
<br />the time, and if given a lit a more time h was quite sure he would
<br />be able to get it in presents, shape so The matter was discussed
<br />and on motion of Councilman Gar ld as nded by Councilman Hilmar and
<br />carried, the hearing was continue January 4, 1932 at 7:30
<br />o'clock P. M., to enable Mr. Borden get the exterior of the building
<br />in a satisfactory condition.
<br />The matter of @ break the L a Beach City water line and
<br />their request that the City o ewport Be furnish them with water
<br />until they can repair the b ak, was consid ed, and on motion of
<br />Councilman Garfield aeoon by Councilman C1 a and oarried,.the City
<br />Attorney was instructed prepare an emergency ontract with the City
<br />of Laguna Beach for w M, and have it ready for a next meeting.
<br />There bei o further business on motion Councilman Claire
<br />seconded by Ceunoi Garfield and carried, the meet adjourned to
<br />7:30 o'olook P. . on Monday, September 14, 1931.
<br />City Clerk.
<br />RESOLUTION NO. 708
<br />Adopted 9/7/31
<br />Original Missing.