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<br /> <br />BOARD OF JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />.. <br /> <br />District No. I 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, <br />Chairman <br /> <br />Clerk of the Board <br />Engineer <br />Secretary <br /> <br />Betty J. Anderson,Auditor <br />Edwin A. Becker, P.E. <br />Jerdine C. Bragg <br /> <br />- -M-I-N-U-T-E-S- <br /> <br />July 17, 1978 <br /> <br />10:00 a.m. Meeting called to order by Chairman Carroll M. Mercer, with all <br />members present. <br /> <br />Gael Stuart re: Housing Rehabilitation Grant. Mr. Stuart <br />and Randy Tyler appeared to discuss the development of the final <br />application. The specifics for this task will be reviewed at a meeting <br />on July 27. There is $60,000 in the grant for administration costs. A <br />portion of these funds will cover the additional staff needed to prepare <br />the final application. If the total $60,000 is not used for administration <br />it can be used for the housing program. Stuart stated that both Jefferson <br />and Clallam County will need to prepare an agreement for the program. <br />Motion by Commissioner Brown, second by Commissioner O'Meara for the <br />County to enter into an agreement with the Community Action Council to <br />prepare the final application for the HUD Grant. <br /> <br />Mrs. Emugene Mattson re: blackberry vines across her lot <br />on a county right of way. Mrs. Mattson has requested the County to spray <br />the vines. Engineer Becker explained that the County is liable to <br />adjacent property owners if they spray and it drifts to adjacent properties. <br />The County crew will cut the vines when they finish oiling and will provide <br />Mrs. Mattson with spray so she can do it herself. <br /> <br />Pope and Talbot Development, Inc., R. D. Bruce and Paul <br />Pazookie, Prellmlnary plat of Port Ludlow #4, SEPA Threshold Determination. <br />Planner David Goldsmith submitted the response from Pope and Talbot <br />regarding the four areas of concern discussed on July 10. The concerns <br />are: I) road grade - Pope and Talbot re-aligned the road, but due to <br />the terrain it will be up to a 12% grade. Engineer Becker reported that <br />a 12% grade is acceptable. 2) Drainage - Pope and Talbot will install <br />a 4 foot culvert and ditch the water off to the side at the bottom of <br />the plat. Engineer Becker finds this satisfactory. 3) Recreational <br />facilities - this plat will finalize the lots originally planned <br />around the present recreational facilities. The final density using the <br />present recreational facilities will be approximately 1248 units. <br />4) School site - Pope and Talbot will be happy to cooperate to provide <br />land for a future 5 acre school site to serve the Chimacum School District. <br />Land more suitable for this use is south of the development. Motion by <br />Commissioner Brown, second by Commissioner O'Meara to approve and for <br />Chairman Mercer to sign the proposed declaration of non-significance. <br /> <br />Forest Practice Permit Application No. FP-02-01879, Pope <br />and Talbot to clear cut, thin, and cut road right of way inthe proposed <br />preliminary plat of Port Ludlow #4. Motion by Commissioner O'Meara, <br />second by Commissioner Brown to approve a notice of no objection to the <br />Department of Natural Resources. <br /> <br />Skip Smith re: soccer at Memorial Field. Mr. Smith submitted <br />a petition with 22 signatures urging that benefit soccer matches take <br />place at Memorial Field July 22 and August 2. The Board has no <br />objections as long as there is not a conflict with the baseball schedule. <br /> <br />Kathy Hayes reo Budget request for county Library Service. <br />Kathy Hayes, Coordinator for Jefco Library Project, appeared to propose <br />that the County use Revenue Sharing funds for 10 months from March I, 1979 <br />to December 3l, 1979 to continue the library project. The other alternative <br />is to put it on the ballot and support it with millage. Motion by Commissioner <br />Brown, second by Commissioner O'Meara to fund it with Revenue Sharing for <br />10 months and to pass a resolution on intent to put it on the ballot this <br />year. Unanimous. <br /> <br />,.VOL <br /> <br />4: ~~ f 01438 <br />