Walter L. Fisher
James Ralph, Jr.
I shall notify all of the objectors of the Arrangement than made, and that the various documents filed by the City will be available for examination by the objectors. from and after the filling, respectively. It is wy present intention to give the objectors until the first of October to present anything they may desire to offer. The City will then be given thirty days in which to meet any points thus raised, and the entire matter will be set for hearing In the city of Washington soma time during the manth of November. If I find it feasible to sherton those periods.and set the hearing for an earlier date I shall do so.The Board of Amy Engineers expects to go to California early In July to tahn up there the examination of the popers filed by the City and such other Matters an it seems appropriate.very truly yours,[illegible]secrataryHonerable James Reiph, Jr.,llayor's Office,San Frincisco California.06319
[Washington, D. C.]
1912 May 28
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