2 APRIL, 1890.
"you that the Council will, upon receiving a report by
"its Engineer, as required by the Act, that the road has
"been properly maintained and repaired, be prepared to
"pay towards the cost of such maintenance, &c., in the
"year 1889-90 the sum of .£257 us., being the same as
"that paid to the Vestry by the Government in respect
"of each of the two preceding years.
"I shall be glad to be informed at your early convenience,
whether the Vestry is willing to accept this
"I am, &c.,
(Signed) " H. DE LA HOOKE,
" Clerk of the Council.
" The Clerk of
"The Vestry of Mile End Old Town,
" Vestry Hall, Bancroft Road, E."
That your Committee resolved to recommend—That the
London County Council be informed that the Vestry is not
willing to accept the offer of the Council to pay £257 118. as
the proportion payable by the Council of the annual cost of
maintenance, &c., of the part of the Commercial Road in this
Hamlet, and that the Vestry will appeal to the Local
Government Board in the matter, unless some satisfactory
arrangement be at once come to.
(3) That your Committee having inspected the following
places resolved to recommend as follows:
That a crossing of dressed granite pitching be constructed
in Mile End Road at Coborn Road, the estimated cost being
(4) That the London County Council be informed in reply to
their letter of the 12th ult., that the Vestrv do not deem it
necessary to call upon the superintending architect to decide
the general line of buildings in the Mile End Road, in
reference to the bay windows at 91, Mile End Road. (Case
(5) With regard to the reference of your Board)—That notice
be served upon Mr. Goodrich of 354, Commercial Road, requiring
him to abate the nuisance to the footway thereat,
and that in default of his compliance, proceedings be taken
(6) That additional lamps be placed as follows, at an estimated
cost of £3 1 os. each.
(a) One in Oley Place.
(b) „ Copley Street (South end).