Minutes of the Proceedings of the Council of the City of Pittsburgh Volume 56
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...the lla_vor and the Director of the Department of Public VVOrks to enter into a contract with the Penn Department of Public Viforks to enter into a contract with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company for the reconstruc tion of the bridge at South Second street over Carson Street East, and providing for the provisions thereof and for the payment of same." asking for an opinion as to whether the Pennsylvania Railroad Company could, in the future, collect claims from the City by reason of the reconstruction of said bridge. I report as follows. On December 19, 1891, the City of Pittsburgh approved Ordinance No. 430, as recorded in Ordinance Book Vol. The subject-matter of the conference was the proposal to have the United States (_o'ernInent give, at a nominal cost. sufficient of the Arsenal property upon which to build the approach to the projected Fortietll Street Bridge. All that may be said oi' it is, that the conference held with Brig'adierGeneral Carson, who was the Army Officer in charge of the disposition of the property the (overnment_no ionizer requires. gave us a respectful and sympathetic hearing. He told us that he would take the matter under advisement and make his report to the Secretary of Vvar in a short.time. 'Ne do not know what his report will be. but we hope for action that will be satisfactory to the City and County, and that that action will take place soon so that the County may go ahead within a short time with their project. they making" the representation to the Army (')ft'icer that they would be prepared within ten days to advertise t'or contracts for that bridge when this question was once settled. slopes and parking. and establishing Yours respectfully. i the grade of Conniston...
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