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0Y SIIONIERSI� <br />District No. 1 Commissioner <br />District No. 2 Commissioner <br />District No. 3 Commissioner <br />Clerk of the Board: <br />Engineer: <br />A.M. O'Meara, Member <br />B.G. Brown, Chairman <br />Carroll M. Mercer, Member <br />Jerdine C. Bragg <br />Milt Sanstrom, P.E. <br />Week of <br />November 22, 1982 <br />The meeting was called to order at 10:00 a.m. by Chairman <br />Brown. Commissioners Mercer and O'Meara were present. <br />Hearing; Budget Extension, County Fair: Chairman Brown <br />opened the hearing, asking for comment for or against the extension. <br />No one appeared to speak for or against, and the hearing was closed. <br />Commissioner O'Meara's motion to approve the $17,000.00 extension, <br />seconded by Commissioner Mercer, was unanimously passed. Resolution <br />No. 146-82 authorizing said extension was signed on November 23, 1982. <br />Brinnon Flood Control: Five Lazy C residents were present <br />to state their fear that t eir water system and property will be <br />flooded. Linda Smith, Corps of Engineers, also met with the Board. <br />Ms. Smith reported on pro ress of the Detailed Project Report Study <br />for the Dosewallips RiverTBrinnon area, stating that water surface <br />profiles will be completed in January, 1983, permitting mapping of <br />the areas which will require protection. Preliminary design work <br />will begin in February, 1983, followed by economic studies in the <br />spring. Actual work resulting from these studies will not begin <br />until 1985. Ms. Smith also delivered a letter from the Corps Engineering <br />Division Assistant Chief reponding to the Board's request for immediate <br />erosion and flood control assistance for the Lazy C community, in which <br />he stated that, since the water system and roads at Lazy C are privately <br />owned and do not meet other criteria, no assistance can be provided. <br />However, Ifs. Smith explained the circumstances under which emergency <br />work could be performed and suggested that the Board write a letter <br />to the Corps Project Manager giving any additional relevant infor- <br />mation. There was lengthy discussion, involving all those present, <br />of various aspects of the problems and procedures. <br />Hearing; Petition to Vacate, Junction City Plat: This <br />hearing on the petition to vacate an alley, lots, and a portion of <br />Ninth Avenue submitted by Charles Jennings was continued from <br />November 8, 1982. Planner Rachel Nathanson reported that the railroad <br />does not own the North Avenue right-of-way and, therefore, the orig- <br />inal plat stands, meaning that the portion of Ninth Avenue east of <br />the Old Gardiner Highway cannot be vacated, as it abuts water rather <br />than the North Avenue right-of-way. However, the portion of Ninth <br />Avenue which lies northwest of the Old Gardiner Highway could be <br />legally vacated. The hearing was closed by Chairman Brown. Mr. <br />Jennings was present, and with his concurrence, Commissioner Mercer <br />made a motion to vacate that portion of Ninth Avenue northwest of the <br />Old Gardiner Highway as specified in the petition, as well as the <br />alley between lots 1 and 12 of block 63 and the lot line between lots <br />1 and 12. Commissioner O'Meara seconded the motion. Unanimous. A <br />resolution reflecting this motion will be prepared. <br />Hearing; Budget Appropriation, Contribution to Fair Toll <br />Coalition: Chairman Brow -n --opened Brow-n--openedthe hearing. No one appeare to <br />spea or or against the appropriation, and the hearing was closed. <br />�'a r�263 7 <br />