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Fifth Avenue Traffic Restrictions.

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Fifth Avenue Traffic Restrictions.

The New York Times
January 10, 1900


The Council's Committee on Streets and Highways will give a public hearing at 2 o'clock on Friday afternoon on President Guggenheimer's proposed ordinance restricting heavy traffic on Fifth Avenue. A letter was reveived by President Guggenheimer yesterday from residents of lower Fifth Avenue and cross streets urging that the restrictions be extended to cover also the section south of Madison Square. The signers include Josiah Strong, W. H. Tolman, G. L. Weitz, A. H. Brown, G. W. Talbot, G. B. Talbot, T. Frelinghuysen, P. W. Orvie, and Mrs. C. C. Worthington.



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