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4989ORDINANCE NO. eS AN ORDINANCE DECREASING THE ANNUAL COLLECTION OF BE"MFITS IN STREET EvH'ROVEidENT DISTRICT NUIv1BER 4852 OF THE C117 OF LITTLE ROCK, ARKAN SAS . Mr-M'RE'AS, a year ago an Ordinance t;ias passed increasing the annual collection of benefits in this district to raise sufficient money to off -set the amount of funds which the district had in the American Exchange Trust Company, and ��MEREAS, the collection of benefits was increased from seven and one half (72) per centum to ten (10) per centum, and whereas, when all delinquent taxes are paid, there will be suffi- c lent funds to pay th� nds of said district; THE EF ORE , IT IS NOW 0 RDAIN -M BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LITTLE ROCK , ARKANSAS: Section 1. That the several lots, blocks, parcels, and other subdivisions of real property within said Street Improvement District Number 485, of the City of Little Rock, Arkansas, be, and they are, hereby, assessed according to tLe assessment list for said improvement district as the same now remains in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Little Rock, 4rkansas, and as the same may be annually readjusted by the Board of Assessors and that seven and one half per centum (712fo) of said assessment of the value of benefits on each of the said lots, blocks, parcels, and other sub- divisions of land shall be paid annually on or before the lst day of September, of eahc year. The next annual payment shall be made on or before the 1st day of September, 1932. Section 2. That ell ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed and that this ordinance shall be in full force and effect froia and after its passage. • • - i AWA Attest `yn r rC hj CITY:, OF LITTLE ROCK Date 193— ROLL CALL —CITY COUNCIL — OFFICIAL YEAR 1932 -1933 WARDS Names of Aldermen Long Term First Votes Aye I No FIRST WARD Terral, Floyd Connor, C. M. SECOND WARD Leiser, H. G. Tuohey, J. H. 3 THIRD WARD Wassell, Sam M. Muswick, George FOURTH WARD Adkins, Homer M. Winder, Ray FIFTH WARD Olive, A. i Turner, Roy C. �y SIXTH WARD Duttlinger, C. H. Shoffner, E. G. SEVENTH WARD Wherry, Geo. R. Adams, George G. EIGHTH WARD Conner, Mrs. C. C. ! II Fisher, Merlin NINTH WARD Scougale, A. Gladden, J. R. CITY OFFICERS AND DEPART- yI Offi ne MENT HEADS I Pho I REMARKS MAYOR Horace A. Knowlton II 4 -8 6 CITY TREASURER Oscar D. Hadfield II 4 -2020 II MUNICIPAL JUDGE II II Harper E. Harb 4 -3886 F14-1123 II Ord. 4989 _ CITY ATTORNEY Linwood L. Brickhouse CITY CLERK John L. Krumm I 9613 CITY COLLECTOR II James Lawson 4 -1278 I, I II CHIEF OF POLICE J. L. Bennett 4 -1234 II CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARTMENT Charles S. Hafer 4 -2851 CITY HEALTH OFFICER II II Dr. V. T. Webb 5402 CITY VETERINARIAN II Dr. T. M. Dick ` 5402 MILK AND DAIRY INSPECTOR II I� Geo. D. Ellis 5402 CHIEF FOOD INSPECTOR II II Ewell Hopkins 5402 II MEAT INSPECTOR A. F. Coots II 6485 II PLUMBING INSPECTOR E. L. Gruber 4 -3000 CITY ELECTRICIAN )! Lester E. Newland �! 4 -3508 II CITY ENGINEER II W. H. Marak I 4 -3000 SUPT. PARKS AND SANITATION II R. C. Rudisill II 6813 �I SUPT. CITY HOSPITAL II +I H. K. Ford 7161 CITY LIBRARIAN Miss Vera Snook 8932 II II INSPECTOR WEIGHTS & MEASURES J. E. Nothwang II 4 -3508 SUPT. AIRPORT I Joseph A. Young 4 -4460 Official term of Mayor, City Treasurer, Municipal Judge and appointive officers, expires in April, 1933; City Attorney and City Clerk in April, 1934. (Over) 3