Set Limit On Expenditure
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 23 Jan 1913, p. 1


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Newspaper
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Articles
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The city fathers passed the annual appropriation ordinance Tues. night which eliminates some expenditures. The ordinance provides funds for a sand filtration plnat and a fund of $700 for a lighting system in the business section. This will be under the direction of the Evanston Commercial Association. chairman C. B. Congdon of the Finance Committee read the appropriation ordinance. After minor changes were made, it was approved by the entire committee. Alderman Changelon and Alderman Wallace transfered $120 from the police secret service fund to the salary account for the olice department. Also, Mr. C. C. Saner, Assistant Commissionar of Public Words will be removed from the municipal payroll. Mayor Paden made remarks about he late George M. Sargent. The Council endorsed this and sent the remarks to the family of the deceased. Alderman Turnock introduced an ordinance accepting a petition from voters and property holders in area southwest of the city requesting annexation to the City of Evanston. The ordinance was the result of work by George Kearney, Alderman Turnock, and the Municipal Association, of which Rev. James M. Stifler is President. It is possible that work for the annexation will be nullifed because Otto Ryden presented a petition to proper authorities for the area in questio to become the Village of Claymore.
Date of Publication:
23 Jan 1913
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Language of Item:
English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Set Limit On Expenditure