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R0907 R E S O L U T I O N NO. 907 WHEREAS, there exist within The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District and within the City of St. Louis certain sewers hereinafter described which are in such condition as to be acceptable to the District for public operation and maintenance, and which it is desirable for the District to operate and maintain, and WHEREAS, the District by Ordinance No. 88, adopted the 16th day of July, 1956, is authorized to assume title to any or all sewers, easements and appurtenances by resolution whenever, in the opinion of counsel, no person competent to convey title can be found, and upon recommendation of the Executive Director that the District should assume title to such sewers, and WHEREAS, the General Counsel has given his opinion that no person can be found who is competent to convey title to the hereinafter described sewers and the Executive Director recommends that the District should assume title to such sewers, in that they form an integral part of the sewer system serving the public, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that title to the following described sewers and their appurtenances in the City of St. Louis be and are hereby assumed by The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District for public use, operation and maintenance as an integral part of the public sewer system: 1. That sewer constructed under Permit 12604 and lying in a north-south easement in City Block 2818 and extending from Eichelberger Street northwardly a distance of 215 feet more or less, together with such easement. 2. That sewer lying in the south side of Walsh Street and extending from Virginia Avenue to Compton Avenue. 3. That sewer constructed under Permit No. 2058 lying in Wicklow Place and extending from Walsh Street to Hill Street. 4. That sewer constructed under Permit No. 32837 and lying in an east-west easement in City Block 2825 and extending eastwardly from Michigan Avenue approximately 240 feet, together with such easement. 5. That sewer lying in Michigan Avenue and extending from Delor Street southwardly approximately 225 feet. The foregoing Resolution was adopted December 22, 1966.