Ordinances, Resolutions, Etc, Volume 4

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Page 459 - ... the corporation described in and which executed the above Instrument; that he knew the seal of said corporation; that the seal affixed to said instrument was such corporate seal; that it...
Page 773 - Every street surface railroad corporation so long as it shall continue to use any of its tracks in any street, avenue or public place in any city or village shall have and keep in permanent repair that portion of such street, avenue or public place between its tracks, the rails of its tracks, and two feet in width outside of its tracks, under the supervision of the proper local authorities, and whenever required by them to do so, and in such manner as they may prescribe. In case of the neglect of...
Page 993 - ... in accordance with the provisions of this act; but no public work or improvement, involving an assessment for benefit, shall be so authorized until there has been presented to the board of estimate and apportionment an estimate in writing, in such detail as the board may direct, of the cost of the proposed work or improvement, and a statement of the assessed value, according to the last preceding tax-roll, of the real estate included within the probable area of assessment.
Page 771 - ... years after the commencement of the operation of any portion of its railroad annually, on November first, pay into the treasury of the city in which its road is located, to the credit of the sinking fund thereof, three per cent of its gross receipts for and during the year ending September thirtieth next preceding; and after the expiration of such five years, make a like annual payment into the treasury of the city to the credit of the same fund, of five per cent of its gross receipts. If a street...
Page 719 - Board has directed, of the cost of the proposed work or improvement, and a statement of the assessed value, according to the last preceding tax-roll, of the real estate included within the probable area of assessment, the estimated cost of said work being three thousand three hundred dollars.
Page 44 - ... to] initiate proceedings for the following purposes : to construct tunnels and bridges lying wholly within the borough ; to acquire title to land for parks and squares, streets, sewers, tunnels and bridges, and approaches to bridges and tunnels ; to open, close, extend, widen, grade, pave, regrade, repave...
Page 44 - ... to be entrusted with the powers by this act prescribed. The jurisdiction of each local board shall be confined to the district for which it is constituted, and to those subjects or matters the costs and expenses whereof are in whole or in part a charge upon the people or property of the district or a part thereof, except so far as by this act jurisdiction may otherwise be given over matters of local administration within such district. Each local board shall consist of the president of the borough...

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