AKAROA BOROUGH COUNCIL.
The ordinary meeting of the Council wae held on Wednesday evening. Present—The Mayor, and Crs. Vaagioni, Fyfe, Munro, '.Williams, Can irelli and Frodorioksen. Leave of ab3enco was granted to Ore. Lewitfc and Leete. MtNUTK.-'. The minuted of tbo yrevious ordinary and special meetings wero read and oonfir&ed. " CORRESPONDENCE Outward correspondence wa3 read and approved. Inward correspondence was read— An application for transfer on the Valuation Roll from the Cburch Pro perty trnsfceee to Rev; A, H Julius was granted. ■. ■.. . ■ ,- ■ Applications for electric sDergy were granted to Father Bonetto and Mi , I l '. Keegan ■ An application from Bfc, Patrick , - Ghuroh Committee for a public ball license for their schoolroom we? granted, provided the doors were made to open outwards. Correspondence from the Public Works Department and the Borough solicitor re license to take water out of Balgueri and Grehan creeks was re ferred to the Lighting Committee with power to aot. Mr Lawrence, ecntractor for Smith street, was allowed a month's extension of time from July 18th.Tho Mayor said Miss Davidson bal spptoaohed him with reference to tho outting in Bmith Street which the claimed waa detrimental to her bousp. She asked the Council to make steps up the clay bank. The Mayor said ho lead told her the Ooancil could <lo nothing in the matter. Mies David eon also wanted to get up in the houss M Boon as possible, and wanted the water and drainage pipes to go up. KEBKRVEB COMMITTEE. Or Munro, chairman of the Beeeryes Committee, reported that Arbor bay bad been observed last Thursday, and the section of ground fronting Mr B, E. Lelievre'e residence and a vacant section up Bruca Terrace had been planted, whioh would add to the beauty of,the place. The Mayor remarked on the lack of interest shown by the children. FINANCE BEI'OKT. Amount received since last meeting —Rent £56 2s? 9d, mttal and tar £82 lie, weighbridge feea U 9a 3d, water JB2 17e 9d, drainage 10s 6d, licensee end fees £2 11s, eleetiic lamps 10s, lotal £99 12s 3d. Bank account—Electric light loan account, cr., £82 19a Id. district fund | account, dr., £772 3s id. Accounts amounting to -1-286 IS3 -;d were passed for payment. Or Munro moved n f-.;w loacN <>[ jiand be put on tho wts jjji'Lion oi Hip | Recreation ground near tho Ak.-.< ■■ a i lawn tennis court. Seconded by Cr cdvrieS. _ . The stannchoali friends of NAZCL art j those wao havG tested it for Sore Throat, oncnUis, and Colds. Sold evorywboru. dqneß cost, only i.|6,
Ci , Fi'ederioksen moved the adoption of estimates for the following year, Secondod by Of Williams and carried. Cr Fiederioksen, on behalf of Or Lowitt. guva notice to move at next mnetiii" t.hat a H-(I ; be struck. boucfi discussion ensued re building of filed in Council's yard. Or Munro moved that tenders be Rolled for tbo building, Mr J. J. Wiiikar's plans to bo used. If thosp aro liofc available fresh plans and ■epeeifiCitipiis to lio'irjrijpared. . 'Seconded by^.Or Willicnaa and carried. It was decided, on the recommendatiori of Or Fredericksen (chairman or the Work 3 Coramittee), that after complatin;; tbe portion they are eng'iged. upoo, tbe Council's men leave tlm 'concroto lorbtng and channelling ; iod do uiotulling of streetj and other anthf.iijtt] work. Or Fi-ecierickson moved a truck load of be procured from Hungiora. " . . " I Syeondcd by (Jr Vangioni and carriful , ■ : Ok , - M-unro mc*vcd the metalling of iVrcy street bo completed up to the blnp»um. Hctond J by Or Fyfe and carried. Tho meeting then adjourned.
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AKAROA BOROUGH COUNCIL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3475, 16 July 1915
AKAROA BOROUGH COUNCIL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3475, 16 July 1915
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