Jacob Pletcher

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Jacob Pletcher - owners factory nt No. 6, asking to be...
owners factory nt No. 6, asking to be exonerated from taxes. The matter was placed In the hands of a committee. A resolution to the effect that If any street railway company wished to lay tracks on Jefferson Jefferson avenue, they would have to first have the consent of the property owners, owners, who have gone to a great deal of expense In beautifying it. It was lost by a vote of 3 to 2. An ordinance to be known as sewer ordinance No. 71 was submitted by Mr. Wnrd. It was referred to tho sewer committee In conjunction with the borough borough engineer. The council took a five-minute recess In the ante-room and after they came In, decided to have the police force for tho year as follows: Chief, George Dierks: patrolmen, Louis Sawyer, Fred. Beaver, Michael Bulger, Patrick ICees and Patrick Roland. For tho care of the borough building and day police, Jacob Pletcher and Ody BIglln were appointed, one for day nnd one for night, they to cross-shift each week. Mr. McAskle suggested that a code of rules bo drawn up concerning the police force, as no such ordinance exists. exists. It will be looked nfter. The council gave the entire lire department permission to take whatever apparatus they wibhed to attend the parade In the city. A communication from the First National 2

Clipped from The Scranton Tribune03 May 1899, WedPage 8

The Scranton Tribune (Scranton, Pennsylvania)03 May 1899, WedPage 8
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