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19210606_2 - NO HELP FROM COUNTY. Councilmen as a whole now...
NO HELP FROM COUNTY. Councilmen as a whole now feel that they will get no help from the county commissioners for the work They are content that ithe city will be compelled to pay for the entire work and no further conference with the county commissioners is expected, Did the people vote for $60,000 for a comfort - station or for comfort stations was a point brought out at the conference between the county commissioners and the members of city council yesterday. BALLOT SAYS STATIONS. Saturday County Commissioner Eaches dug up an official ballot of the last election, and it says very plainly comfort "stations."' Thus the opinion of Mr. Yeager and City Clerk Marcks as to the ballot calling for only one comfort station is all wrong, Mr. Eaches declares. He said fur ther: ' ' "What was intended "by the voter was to affix his yes or no for stations. The point now arises whether the councils do not have to build more than one staton to strictly conform to the intent and purpose of the loan. If they persist in spending the greater bulk of the $60,000 for one station, will they be complying with the law? And what kind of a station can they erect with the balance of the money left after the fancy affair they intend placing at 6th and Penn streets? , "The county commissioners believe

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  1. Reading Times,
  2. 06 Jun 1921, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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