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<br /> <br />, <br /> <br />BOARD OF JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />District 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,Auditor <br />Edwin A. Becker, P.E. <br />Jerdine C. Bragg <br /> <br />-M-I-N-U-T-E-S- - <br /> <br />August l4, 1978 <br /> <br />10:00 a.m. Meeting called to order by Chairman Carroll M. Mercer with all <br />members present. <br /> <br />Bob Bundy re: Airport petition. Bundy reported that he <br />now has 1675 register voters signatures of opposition to the proposed <br />airport by the State Aeronautics Commission. There are 7853 registered <br />voters in Jefferson County. It takes 1864 signatures to equal ~ of <br />the registered voters. Response is good. Bundy will submit a copy of <br />the petition to the Board. He prefers to keep the original petition at <br />this time. He feels the Board should notify the State Aeronautics <br />Commission that the County doesn't want the airport. Chairman Mercer <br />stated that since the proposed airport is not using County property <br />the Board has no authority, but they should be informed of the opposition. <br />There has been no permit request filed with the County. The petition <br />would be reviewed as part of the process when an application is filed. <br />The Board cannot accept the petition as an advisory petition until <br />advised by the Prosecutor. <br /> <br />Dorothy Cadwell, Juvenile Probation Director, and Harriette <br />Buchmann re: Re-application for Juvenile Probation Subsidy funded by <br />federal and state agencies for the diversionary program. Motion by <br />Commissioner O'Meara, second by Commissioner Brown to sign Resolution <br />No. 64-78 for renewal of Juvenile probation Services January 1, 1979 <br />through June 30, 1979 and Resolution No. 65-78 from July l, 1979 <br />through December 31, 1979. <br /> <br />Agreement between Health Systems Agency and Local <br />Governments to make changes within puget Sound Health Systems Agency <br />structual and operational procedures. Motion by Commissioner O'Meara, <br />second by Commissioner Brown to approve and for Chairman Mercer to <br />sign. <br /> <br />Resolution No. 66-78 and Quit Claim Deed re: SR20, Chimacum <br />Road to Port Townsend. Jefferson County quit claims to the State of <br />Washington a portion of SR20 situate in the City of Port Townsend. <br />Motion by Commissioner O'Meara, second by Commissioner Brown to sign <br />the above Resolution and Quit Claim Deed. <br /> <br />Engineer Becker submitted a letter from North Kitsap Gravel <br />and Asphalt Company. They request a 14 day extension to complete <br />CRP's 429, 430, 431 and 432. Approved by motion of Commissioner O'Meara, <br />second by commissioner Brown. <br /> <br />Mrs. Sathard appeared re: opening of closed road along <br />SR20. The road block closing off the road has been moved to allow <br />for trucks to park during construction. It has created a problem as <br />it has opened the road to the public. Engineer Becker reported that <br />it will be closed again when the highway repair is completed. <br /> <br />Thousand Trails permit application. Planner Dave Goldsmith <br />submitted 69 conditions to the permit. Peter Buck, Attorney for <br />Pacific Rim Group submitted a proposal in writing via courier giving <br />reasons why it should be approved. Mrs. Lambert and Dorithe Harrington, <br />Toandos property owners appeared. <br />Prosecutor Howard sees no problem with the Board going ahead <br />with a decision but he feels the decision should be made in the context <br />of the reduced proposal. Chairman Mercer stated he's gone over the <br />conditions and found them appropriate, except that they do not adequately <br />address the impacts on the road traffic and trespass. Commissioner Brown <br />added that fire danger is not mitigated by the conditions. <br /> <br />:WL <br /> <br />~ rl~ f01590 <br />
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