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<br /> <br />MIN_UTES <br /> <br />Week of August 12, 1996 <br /> <br />The meeting was called to order by Chair Richard Wojt at the appointed time and in <br />the presence of Commissioner Robert Hinton and Commissioner Glen Huntingford. <br /> <br />COMMISSIONERS' BRIEFING SESSION <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES: Commissioner Hinton moved to approve the <br /> <br />Minutes of August 5, 1996 as corrected. (Correction - Page 5, Section 6.20 Sewer Systems would be changed to <br />include a strikeout on the words "the on-site" at the end of the first paragraph ofthe discussion of the proposed amendment to Section <br />6.0 ofthe Interim Density Ordinance #05-0214-96.) Chair Wojt seconded the motion which carried by a <br /> <br />unanimous vote. <br /> <br />Sheriff's Request for Additional Traffic Deputy: The Clerk of the Board <br />submitted a letter of recommendation received from the Law and Justice Council stating that they <br />support the hiring of an additional Traffic Deputy. Commissioner Huntingford noted that there were <br />six road Deputies in the budget last year. He questioned the item in the letter regarding recouping <br />75% of the expense of adding this Deputy through revenue generated by citations and fines. This <br />hasn't been the case in the past. Commissioner Hinton added that it appears that the other Deputies <br />aren't pulling their weight in issuing traffic citations. <br /> <br />Commissioner Hinton asked if they would include the expense for this Traffic Deputy in the <br />Sheriffs budget base for 1997? Gary Rowe reported that additions to the adopted budget are <br />considered additions to the preliminary budget request for the next year. Gary Rowe asked about <br />the District Court request for an additional person, if they hire the Traffic Deputy? Commissioner <br />Huntingford stated that the Law and Justice Committee is putting the Board on notice that if they <br />approve this additional Deputy, it will have an impact on the District Court office. That impact <br />won't be immediate, however. <br /> <br />Commissioner Hinton asked that information be prepared on the number of traffic citations issued <br />by the Sheriff's Deputies and what impact that has had on District Court filings and revenues. Gary <br />Rowe reported that the traffic infractions are up for 1996 and if the Sheriff's Office isn't issuing <br />them, then the State Patrol and the City must be. Gary Rowe will check into this further. <br /> <br />Commissioner Huntingford stated that he wants to discuss this request further with SheriffPiccini <br />before making a decision. Commissioner Hinton suggested this request be put on next week's <br />agenda. <br /> <br />Page 1 <br /> <br />.'.:i.. <br /> <br />99 ,.,.. <br />,...... ¡-~ , ,,~ <br /> <br />0 1 Oq..~ <br />._~, "";'4 <br />