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Ordinance 8155

Introduced as Council Bill 268


An ordinance repealing Ordinance No. 7817 entitled: "An ordinance providing for the laying off, opening, widening, extending and establishing of an avenue known as Union Place in the City of Seattle as a public street and highway across block 108, A.A. Denny's Broadway Addition, and block 45 and 48, of Sarah A. Bell's 2nd Addition, extending said Union Place across said block 108, A.A. Denny's Addition from the intersection of 9th Avenue and Union Street to the intersection of Terry Avenue and Pike Street, and across said block 45 and 48 of Sarah A. Bell's 2nd Addition, to the intersection of Minor Street and Pine Street, providing for the taking and damaging of land and other property necessary therefor and for the ascertainment and payment of the just compensation to be made for the private property to be taken or damaged for said purpose and for an assessment upon the property benefited and for the purpose of making such compensation."

Description and Background

Current Status:Passed
References:Repealing: Ord 7817

Legislative History

Date Introduced:May 19, 1902
City Council Action Date:May 26, 1902
City Council Action:Passed
Date Delivered to Mayor:May 26, 1902
Date Signed by Mayor:
(About the signature date)
May 28, 1902
Date Filed with Clerk:May 28, 1902
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