Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Public Notices

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Public Notices

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(67665) (Published in The Journal Record on October 30, 1985) ORDINANCE NO. 18,303 CE-225 AN ORDINANCE CLOSING PART OF THE EAST-WEST ALLEY IN BLOCK 4 OF BLANCHARD'S ADDITION AND PART OF THE NORTH SOUTH ALLEY ADJACENT TO BLOCK 15 OF CLASSEN'S MARQUETTE ADDITION; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUN CIL OF THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY:

Section 1. The following public way and/or easement in the City of Okla homa City, Oklahoma, shall be and the same is hereby closed to the public use to wit:

A part of the East-West alley in Block 4, Blanchard's Addition to Oklahoma City; and a part of the North-South alley adjacent to Block 15, Classen's Marquette Addition to Oklahoma City, both tracts being more particularly de scribed as follows: Beginning at the Northeast Corner of Lot 1, Block 4, Blanchard's Addition, thence South along the East line of said Lot 1, a distance of 140 feet to the Southeast Corner of said lot; thence West along the South lines of Lots 1 through 9 inclusive of said Block 4 to the Southwest Corner of said Lot 9; thence South a distance of 15 feet to the Northwest Corner of Lot 14 of said Block 4; thence East along the North lines of Lots 14 through 22 inclusive to the Northeast Cor ner of said Lot 22; thence South along the East line of Lot 22 a distance of 123 feet; thence East a distance of 10 feet to the South west Corner of Lot 1, Block 15, Classen's Marquette Addition; thence North along the West lines of Lots 1 through 11 inclusive for a distance of 278 feet to a point 10 feet East of the Northeast Corner of Lot 1, Block 4, Blanchard's Addition; thence West 10 feet to the point or place of beginning.

Section 2. That all rights of the City or any public or quasi-public corpora tion with reference to any public or quasi-public works or utilities are hereby expressly reserved and the above closing shall in no wise impair the right to erect, construct, or repair poles, pipes, wires, conduits, or sewers and for the purposes of such construction or repair a perpetual easement under and over the above described public way or easement is hereby expressly reserved and, when in the opinion of the Council it shall be necessary, the same may be re-opened without expense to the City; provided, that in the event any excavation or fill is made therein all public utilities and equipment incident thereto shall be raised or otherwise protected so that no seepage into such public utilities shall occur by reason of the use made of the above closed public way or easement and that no impairment of the use of public utilities shall be caused by reason of such use. …

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