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RESOLVED:

That the Southern Pacific


to

Company

be

and

it

is

hereby

construct, reconstruct, maintain and operate a railroad spur track in and across Cedar Street and across Goss Street, and a railroad spur track in and across Cedar Street ar~ d across 8th Street, within the City of Oakland, for the purposes provided irz Subdivision 55 of Section 5l of the Charter of the City of Oakland.

granted permission

The locations follows:

of

the

center lines

of

said

tracks

are

described

as

Spur Track in
BEGINNING
in

and
at

across

Cedar

Street

and

across

Goss

Street:
track

point

in

center

line

of

existing

Cedar Street, distant 21 feet, more or less, westerly measured at right angles, from the easterly line of Cedar Street at a point 11} feet, more or less, Northerly thereon from the northerly line of Shorey Street; thence Southwesterly

right, 70 feet, more or less; continuing Southwesterly on a tangent 30 feet, more or less; thence Southwesterly along a curve to the left, 12 feet, an arc distance of 40 feet, having a radius of 191. or thence more less; Southwesterly on tangent, running parallel to and 16 feet Easterly measured at right angles, from the Westerly line of Cedar Street, a distance of 37 feet, more or less; thence Southwesterly along a curve to tYie right 12 feet, an arc distance of 55 feet, having a radius of 191, more or less; thence Southwesterly on tangent, 31 feet, more or less, to a point or; westerly line of Cedar Street, distant thereon 15 feet, more or less, iortherly from Ior therly through
a

1` Io~ 7

turnout

to

the

thence

line

of Goss

Street.

Also, beginning at a point on northerly line of Goss Street distant thereon S feet, more or less, n ?esterly fror~~ Cedar thence line of Street; westerly Southwesterly along a curve to the left, having a radius of 191, 12 feet, an arc distance of !}. or more less; thence Southwesterly 7 feet, on tangent parallel with Cedar Street, 13 feet, rr: or oro a on to of line Goss less, point southerly Street, distant thereon 10 feet Westerly from westerly line of Cedar Street.
Spur Track
across

Cedar Street

and

8th Street:

at a point in the center line of an existing track in Cedar Street, distant 2S feet, more or less, spur measured Easterly at right angles from a point on

BEGINNING

Cedar Street that is distant thereon 57 feet, more or less, Northerly from northerly line of 8th Street; trlence Southwesterly along a curve to the right, having a radius of 191. 12 feet an arc distance of 87 feet, more or less, to a point on the southerly prolongation of the westerly lin e of Cedar Street, distant thereon 25 feet, more or less, measured Southerly from the northerly line of 8th Street; line of
thence

westerly

continuing Southwesterly along


a

curve

to

the

right,

having
more or

radius

of
a

less, to

191. 12 feet, distance of 43 feet, point on the southerly line of 8th Street,
an
arc

CI, JFFORD
N

E. RISHELL

JOHN

F. HASSLER

COUNCILMEN
LESTER M. GRANT
PAUL W. HEISEY

MAYOR

CITY MANAGER

GLENN

E. HOOVER

FRED MAGGIORA

CITY OF OAKLAN D
ZONE 12

HOWARD E. RILEA
ERNE6T A. ROSSI

PETER M. TRIPP
FRANK J.YOUELL

CALIFORNIA

DEPARTMENT

OF STREETS
JOHN A. MORIN
SUPERINTENDENT OF fTREETB

TEMPLEBAR 2$ 600

AND E7(OFFICIO CITY ENGINEER

February 2, 1954

Oakland

City Council, Oakland, California Through J. F. Hassler, City Manager

Gentlemen:

Transmitted th, reconam~ ending approval, is resolution hereri. granting the Southern Pacific Company perffiission to construct a railroad spur track in and across Cedar Street and across Goss Street, and across Cedar Street and 8th Street, to serve the

Noble Company.
The
area

has been

posted

and

no

protests

here

received.

yours, Ye~ truly y~


f ;~

L "~ ~~
JOHN A. MORIN City Engineer