Council Trims Extension of Time 90 Days
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Feb 1913, p. 6


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Evanston City Council meeting included the following topics: Alderman James Turnock asked to read a letter from J. R. Guilliams of the Evanston School Board which requested the council reconsider granting the school board's petition for $750 to conduct medical examinations in the schools. Alderman H. M. Carter noted that the owners of a movie theater being built on Davis St. requested that an awning be allowed to be installed. This was referred to the building committee. And as noted in the headline of this article, an ordinance introduced by Alderman Frank B. Dyche granted the Traction Streetcar Co. the right to run cars on Evanston streets without a franchise.
Date of Publication:
27 Feb 1913
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Corporate Name(s):
Evanston City Council
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Council Trims Extension of Time 90 Days


Evanston City Council meeting included the following topics: Alderman James Turnock asked to read a letter from J. R. Guilliams of the Evanston School Board which requested the council reconsider granting the school board's petition for $750 to conduct medical examinations in the schools. Alderman H. M. Carter noted that the owners of a movie theater being built on Davis St. requested that an awning be allowed to be installed. This was referred to the building committee. And as noted in the headline of this article, an ordinance introduced by Alderman Frank B. Dyche granted the Traction Streetcar Co. the right to run cars on Evanston streets without a franchise.