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<br /> <br />E <br /> <br />BOARD OF JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />bistrict No. 1 Commissioner <br />District No. 2 Commissioner <br />District No. 3 Commissioner <br /> <br />A. M. O'Meara <br />B. G. Brown <br />Carroll M. Mercer,Chairman <br /> <br />Clerk of the Board <br />Engineer <br />Secretary <br /> <br />Betty J. Anderson <br />Edwin A.Becker, P.E. <br />Jerdine C. Bragg <br /> <br />M I NUT E S <br /> <br />March 13, 1978 <br /> <br />10:00 a.m. Meeting called to order to Chairman Carroll Mercer with <br />all members present. <br /> <br />Hadlock Ball Park - Bill Eldridge and Dave Goldsmith <br />appeared. They want to build a soft ball field behind the Little League <br />field; however, they need it leveled, fill dirt and top soil. The fill <br />dirt is there. Also, they inquired about repairing the backstop and <br />grading work at the Irondale Park. Commissioner Brown asked that they <br />submit an estimate in writing of their needs. <br /> <br />Road Vacation of a county road in the Plat of North Ludlow <br />Beach Tracts to exchange for a road in the Plat of Port Ludlow. Engineer <br />Becker and the Planning Commission recommend approval. No one appeared <br />to speak for or against the vacation. Motion by Commissioner O'Meara, <br />second by Commissioner Brown to approve the vacation. The Board approved <br />and signed Resolution No. 20-78 authorizing the road vacation. <br /> <br />1) <br />2) <br /> <br />Acceptance of Proposal <br />Ernie's Floor Covering <br />Floors, Inc. <br /> <br />for Carpeting for Assessor's Offjce: <br />20 oz. $1526.73 incl. tax <br />20 oz. $1728.46 incl. tax <br />24 oz. $1855.84 incl. tax <br />33 oz. $2034.52 incl. tax <br />20 oz. $1669.78 incl. tax <br /> <br />3) <br /> <br />The Expediters <br /> <br />The Board will check further before taking action. <br /> <br />Motion by Commissioner O'Meara to draw up a blanket resolution <br />to authorize the Treasurer to refund fees for the Building Department and <br />the Planning Department. Seconded by Commissioner Brown. <br /> <br />Domsea Farms, Inc., Tom McVane re: Army Corps Notice 071-0YB- <br />1-004408R and Threshold Determination, Shoreline Management Application <br />*14-77. Planner Tom Aumock reported that the Corps Notice has been <br />revised due to a change in the location of Domsea fish pens off Crane <br />Point. Tom McVane of Domsea Farms appeared and reported on the responses <br />from the Navy and the Tugboat Association. The Navy has officially responded <br />that the present location is no problem. The Northwest Tugboat Association <br />in a letter of February 22, 1978 has agreed with Domsea to utilize a tail- <br />boat service to control the end of any log tow passing north until it has <br />cleared Crane Point. This will allow a log tow to be pulled sufficiently <br />to the west to clear the fish pen installation. Therefore, the Northwest <br />Tugboat Association has withdrawn its objection to Domsea Farms. <br />Commissioner Brown pointed out that many persons in the area are opposed <br />to the placement of the fish pens, although the greatest opposition was <br />probably to the Hadlock site instead of Crane Point as the petition cir- <br />culated was over the Hadlock site. McVane reported he has met with many <br />residents and showed them the present site at Manchester. <br />Later in the day the Board viewed the Planning Department's <br />slides of the fish pen sites at Manchester and Fort Ward and photographs of <br />the proposed site at Crane Point. Planner Tom Aumock explained the status <br />of the Threshold Determination and reported that all the appropriate agency <br />comments have been received for a final threshold agreement. Motion by <br />Commissioner O'Meara, second by Commissioner Brown to approve the final <br />declaration of non-significance. Aumock reported that notice of the Board's <br />decision will be published and there will be 30 days to proceed with any <br />regulatory orders of the county's decision regard the State Environmental <br />Protection Agency. The next step is for Domsea to proceed with a shoreline <br />permit. The Board approved that Chairman Mercer sign the Corps notice <br />advising the Corps that the applicant has applied for a shoreline permit <br />and that a Corps permit be withheld until a Substantial Development Permit <br />has been reviewed. <br /> <br />.WI.. <br /> <br />4: (mE fiO 524 <br />
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