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Ordinance 59599

Introduced as Council Bill 49987

Title

An ordinance relating to, and providing for, the acquired by condemnation or purchase of a right of way for an electric transmission line over and across certain lands in the County of King, State of Washington, as an addition to the existing municipal light and power plant and system; providing for the taking and damaging of land and other property, property rights and privileges necessary for said transmission line, to be constructed for the purpose of furnishing the City of Seattle and the inhabitants thereof, and any other person, with electric energy for lighting and other public uses, and providing for the ascertainment and payment of just compensation to be made therefor, and repealing Ordinance No. 57182.

Description and Background

Current Status:Passed
Index Terms:LAND-ACQUISITION, TRANSMISSION-LINES, RIGHT-OF-WAY, KING-COUNTY
References:Repealing: Ord 57182

Legislative History

Date Introduced:June 2, 1930
Committee Referral:Finance and City Utilities
City Council Action Date:June 9, 1930
City Council Action:Passed
Date Delivered to Mayor:June 9, 1930
Date Signed by Mayor:
(About the signature date)
June 20, 1930
Date Filed with Clerk:June 20, 1930
Signed Copy:PDF scan of Ordinance No. 59599
A scanned (pdf) copy of this document is available using the above link. If you are unable to open the file, you may view this document at the Office of the City Clerk. If you are unable to visit the Clerk's Office, you may request a copy or scan be made for you by Clerk staff. Scans and copies provided by the Office of the City Clerk are subject to copy fees, and the timing of service is dependent on the availability of staff.

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