Municipal Record.

Issue 18 and Volume 1889 5.

Municipal Record. A Weekly Epitome of Facts and Figures in Relation to Municipal Governments, with a list of Officials in Charge of the Various Departments. FROM SPKCIAI, COKRKSPONDBNCK TO KIRK AND WA I I’.K. WILLIMANTIC, CONN, has a population estimated at from 8000 to 10,000), and was incorporated in 1833. Its city officers are: Warden, Charles S. Billings; borough clerk. Charles N. Daniels; treasurer, Charles N. Daniels; superintendent of water-works, Henderson S. Moulton; captain of police, Fred L. Clark; chief of fire department, Charles N. Daniels; president of water board, Samuel C. Smith; street inspector, 1 homas J. Roberts ; health officer (warden acts) ; fire alarm superintendent, Charles W. R. Dow. The streets are macadamized and are lighted with thirty-five arc lights of 2000 candle power, and sixty-five gasoline lights. I heYVillimantic Electric Light ( oinpany have the contract. The system of water-works is pumping to reservoir. The works…

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