Grey Highlands Newspapers
Glenelg Council.
Publication:
Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.), 29 Dec 1887, p. 5


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Town Hall, Glenelg, Dec., 10th, 1887. Council met this day pursuant to adjournment. All the members present, Reeve in the chair, minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. The Reeve read communication from A. McCormick complaining of obstructions on road from Thornbury to [?] mills. The clerk was instructed to otify offending party to remove said obstruction within 30 days otherwise the council would take legal steps to have the same removed. The reeve presented report re. bridge at lot 5 con. 9, stating that the [condition] upon which the council could undertake to build the bridge had not been obtained and recommending delay which report on motion was adopted. Statute labor was ordered to be struck off A. McMillan he having presented a certificate of pathmaster that the labor was performed. Municipal taxes were struck off the following parties, viz:--Widow [McLauchlan], $5.22; Widow Smith, $2.61; Widow [Milne,] $3.91; Widow McMillan, [$9.05] and school trustees recommended to strike off S. taxes. By-law 251 appointing polling place and Deputy returning officers was [ordered] to be engrossed on the By-law book. Cheques were issued in favor of [parties] as follows, viz: Samuel [Names and amounts in remainder of article largely illegible - to be appended upon availability of remastered page.]


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Article incomplete due to illegibility. To be completed upon update of online page image.
Date of Publication:
29 Dec 1887
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Local identifier:
Ontario.News.235514
Language of Item:
English
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Glenelg Council.