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F Manning - nated at a jr«w» Successful condemnation ings...
nated at a jr«w» Successful condemnation ings against P«« ih ^. < ? l ll ™ distribution system of the company was pointed to as the solution solution of »n three pr^ City Attorney Manning that the statute prohibits condemnation, condemnation, by a city, of privately owned owned public utilities property. The council discussed proce«*n« with the condemnation suit, ho-w- «ver, when Manning stated he be- been declared by the Court to be constitutional, the LJOUrb W "w « v »»«-.-.--- —- . condemnation provision never had been tested, he stated. Rat* Appeal Denied ths discussion' began with a re- oort by Chairman Posha of trie fiShU committee of an unsuccessful unsuccessful appeal to power company oN flcWs in East St. Louis fw ; ft re"suggestion re"suggestion that the city lodge a complaint, against the pc*«r• company company •» rate* before the Illinois Commerce CommLvilon, broughttne explanation from Manning truu whilo lodging the complaint w«» simple enough, the city woulr"— to prepare to take before the evidence to refute Sylvester Selllcr The Hursts residents. The 240 West moved to Jerseyville road, Charles at his able to O. A. Godfrey road, has he Louis was inconvenience. He Mr, and returned the home daughter, clerical Wortfeln " Jerr? that Is Louis, combined. Robert Kroger Mather, Walter Herb aod Bud Sunday, south hauling Pld Pin SSpaf?;-.^VtnVncW .^numl might be a valuable plee* of cvl- "Aldcrman Cnrstnns suggested cooperation cooperation with K»st Alton »nd Roxana, alno served by the im- nols Powrr ft, Light Co., In attack- ine the rates. * Retire »Z5,600 Water Bond* The municipal water commission s minimi report, pointed to by coun- c men as Indication of possibilities In publlc-owncd utilities, showed that during It* two years of existence existence the ; commission had rolired 125,600 on the principal of the water 9«u,vuv, . •- firtftMpi* ihft ciei Oei Gei Get Ge> Gei Gil Ooi Go ; On Pre ; Avenue bonds floated to finance the n " plant. The report wns read by Alderman Groves, secretary of the ,..„ „„... included sU $500 bonds which had been called on Jfti. 2fl, but which the commission htul not received yet for payment, During the'post venr, the report «howcd. $10.000 of I he bond» hud been retired retired nnd $4407 In Interest hud been .., thn meantime th* c psl, ot pumping *»ter_ h ? _d_ bwnj^ cenU Mayor „ cold on the Warm, begin wonther supervised directed of the Mr, Davis south join O. O. lodge Ho Ho! Hu till Tnr, tn^ 5 inti •* IntsVf Int-,t lni.. : | Inff J J , Ke! Ke Kr Kr La Lc. Le: Lls nor thousand gallons vcar. the report said, nnd ilolcomb computed tho approximate cost per thounnnd, Including nil ex- ixnws of administration, at five Tlic council grunted the Btnndard Oil Co. permlslon to connect a 13- inch pipe lino draining Its boiler witter settling nnd lime trntlng tanks to the 34-Inch section of lt» sewer main near Route No. 3. Olty Attorney Manning read lot- t<?r* reporting that white tho city- wns rxmnpt from payment of the federal gasoline tnx, it was not cx- vinpt from the slato tax. Bert Bert, ware blue fcrrod Mr, strcut Highways Mrs, home Tlie health officpr llockcfptler, reported Dr. L. 14 case* scarlPt fevrr in the city during thp previous three weeks. A Lee tho accused with was Okla.. come 0.,

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 07 Feb 1933, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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