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<br /> <br />BOARD OF JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <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 , Chairman <br /> <br />Clerk of the Board <br />Engineer <br />Secretary <br /> <br />Betty J. Anderson, AuditDr <br />Edwin A. Becker, P.E. <br />Jerdine C. Bragg <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br />July 24,1978 <br /> <br />10:00 a.m. Meeting called to order by Chairman Mercer with all <br />members present. <br /> <br />Mrs. Emugene Mattson appeared again to talk about blackberry <br />vines on a county right of way. The road crew will cut them after they <br />finish oiling. Engineer Ed Becker will give her a gallon of spray. <br /> <br />Petition for road vacation by William Marlow. Motion by Com- <br />missioner Brown, second by Commissioner O'Meara to set hearing for August <br />2l, 1978. The petition was withdrawn on July 25, 1978. Petition for road <br />vacation for alley in Block 6, Phillips Addition to Hadlock by Leta and <br />M. E. Carroll. Motion by Commissioner O'Meara, second by Commissioner <br />Brown to set hearing for August 21, 1978. <br /> <br />Phil Boling appeared to submit a blue print of a county <br />road he wants open for access to his property. The road is located at <br />the old road running past the old Hadlock landfill. He will complete plans <br />and the Board will pass a resolution of intent to establish a County road. <br />Motion by Commissioner Brown, second by Commissioner O'Meara to set a <br />hearing for August 2l, 1978. <br /> <br />Dick Woodward, Bob Haase i.- Forest Service, Quilcene re: <br />Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (RARE II) - and land use canal front <br />planning unit. They are seeking public comment on a program to speed up <br />the resolution for 2,686 roadless areas of national forest land throughout the <br />United States and Puerto Rico. Washington and Oregon have 250 roadless areas. <br />There are nine roadless areas, or 155,000 acres on the Olympic Peninsula. <br />RARE II is one of several land management processes. Woodward showed a <br />film which shows how the RARE II process works. Recommendations for the <br />program will be reviewed and ready for Congress in 1979. <br /> <br />BUSINESS FROM COUNTY DEPARTMENTS: <br /> <br />Public Works re: I) Easement of Bogachiel County Road for Forest Service. <br />Motion by Commissioner Brown, second by Commissioner <br />O'Meara for Chairman Mercer to sign. <br /> <br />2) Engineer Becker submitted cost estimates for <br />Griffith Point Road RID #1. The Board discussed the <br />different methods of assessment to the property <br />owners. Action delayed until they check further. <br /> <br />Planning re: 1) Final Short Plat of Olympic Investments, Inc. <br />Planner Tom Aumock reported that all appropriate <br />departments have approved the plat. Motion by <br />Commissioner Brown, second by Commissioner O'Meara <br />for Chairman Mercer to sign the final short plat. <br /> <br />2) Final SEPA Threshold Determination: <br />Shoreline application of Ray Buchmann. Planner Tom Aumock <br />reported that no adverse comments were received from public <br />agencies. Motion by Commissioner Brown, second by Commis- <br />sioner O'Meara to sign the final declaration of non- <br />significance. <br /> <br />3) Planner Dave Goldsmith re: Cape George Sewer System. <br />Goldsmith reported that it is time for a grant application <br />to be submitted for the engineering work. The Board <br />discussed putting the work out on bid. <br /> <br />'VOl <br /> <br />4: fA1:E <br /> <br />01489 <br />