City Ordinances: As Revised and Passed March 17, 1914, Together with the City Character, Special Legislation, Rules of Order of the City Councils, and List of City Officials, from 1874 to 1914 N H Keene

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City Ordinances: As Revised and Passed March 17, 1914, Together with the City Character, Special Legislation, Rules of Order of the City Councils, and List of City Officials, from 1874 to 1914  by  N H Keene

City Ordinances: As Revised and Passed March 17, 1914, Together with the City Character, Special Legislation, Rules of Order of the City Councils, and List of City Officials, from 1874 to 1914 by N H Keene
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Excerpt from City Ordinances: As Revised and Passed March 17, 1914, Together With the City Character, Special Legislation, Rules of Order of the City Councils, and List of City Officials, From 1874 to 1914Ward No. 3 shall include all that part ofMoreExcerpt from City Ordinances: As Revised and Passed March 17, 1914, Together With the City Character, Special Legislation, Rules of Order of the City Councils, and List of City Officials, From 1874 to 1914Ward No.

3 shall include all that part of said Keene included within the following limits, viz: bounded northerly by the town lines between said Keene, Gilsum and Surry- easterly by the west line above described of Ward No. 2- and westerly by a line drawn northwesterly through said Central square, the center of Court street, and the center of the old road leading by the dwelling houses of Charles Wright and Calvin Randall, to said Surry.Ward No.

4 shall include all that part of said Keene included within the following limits, viz: bounded northerly by the town lines between said Keene, Surry and Westmoreland- easterly by the west line above described of Ward No. 3- southerly by a line intersecting with said last mentioned line, and drawn thence westerly through Central square, the center of West street, and the center of highway leading from said West street by the dwelling houses of Charles N.

Wilder, Josiah Sawyer, Joseph Wilson, Daniel Brown and Isaiah Robbins, to Chesterfield- and westerly by the town lines between said Keene, Westmoreland and Chesterfield.Ward No. 5 shall include all that part of said Keene included within the following limits, viz: bounded northerly by the south line above described of Ward No. 4- easterly by the west line above described of Ward No.

1- southerly by the town lines between said Keene and Chesterfield and Swanzey.Sect. 3. At the first meeting after the adoption of this act, there shall be chosen in each of said wards, in the manner proscribed by law, one alderman, three common councilmen, one assessor of taxes, and one overseer of the poor.Shot.

4. The annual meeting of the legal voters of said city of Keene, for the choice of city and ward officers, shall be held on the second Tuesday of December annually- and all city and ward officers who are chosen by the people shall hold their respective offices for one year from the first Tuesday of January next succeeding, and until others are chosen and qualified in their stead.Sect.

5. The mayor, aldermen and common councilmen shall meet in convention for the purpose of taking the oath of their respective offices on the first Tuesday of January in each year, at ten oclock in the forenoon.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy.

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