Building sold to Morris and Sol Brett- 24 May 1922

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Building sold to Morris and Sol Brett- 24 May 1922 - Sets City 17,000 When the property on Sixteenth...
Sets City 17,000 When the property on Sixteenth street was sold by the city to Sol Brett and Morris Lenson it netted the sum of $17,000 for the city, and the assessment against the White Hall property amounted with interest to the sum of $10,257.75. It is expected that the quarter mill tax will net between between $16,000 and $18,000 to which will be added $2,200 paid by the First Baptist church, principal and interest on an assessment made in the Twelfth avenue opening. This makes a total of $46,000 for the use of the city in paying off its obligations. The following judgments will be paid off by Director W. M. C. Craine: The William Davis judgment for $6,250, or a saving of $312 in interest. This debt was incurred when the Seventh street bridge was erected. The Saupp & Herr judgement of $2,-099.28, $2,-099.28, $2,-099.28, or a saving of $104.96 a year. The Mary Summervllle Judgement, $1,050, a saving of $52.50 a year in interest. interest. The Joanna eKlly judgment amount ing to $10,500, making a total saving of $630 a year in interest.

Clipped from Altoona Tribune24 May 1922, WedPage 16

Altoona Tribune (Altoona, Pennsylvania)24 May 1922, WedPage 16
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