OBJECT TO MATERIAL PUT ON HUDSON AVENUE
Gifford-Wood Co. Requests the Commission of Public Works to Remove It.
At the meeting of the Commission of Public works, which was held late yesterday afternoon, the following communication was received:
Gentlemen: Will you kindly cause to be removed from Hudson avenue the clay soil which you put there a couple of months ago. We believe there were 150 loads, more or less. At any rate all of it is most unsuitable for the purpose for which it was used, and it is a very great obstacle to us in the operation of our business. Would state [sic] that it can be readily removed on most any warm day, such as we have had for the past week or so, and we trust that you will grant this request at your earliest possible convenience and thus greatly oblige yours truly. GIFFORD-WOOD CO.
Superintendent O'Hara was asked about the material used on Hudson avenue, and he said that gravel, but not of the best quality, had been put on. He considered that the elements had much to do with making the road way much worse that it would be at other seasons.COPYRIGHT 2014 CAROLE OSTERINK