Board of Commissioners
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<br /> <br />BOARD OF JEFFERSON COUN~Y CO~WISSIONERS <br /> <br />, <br /> <br />District No. 1 <br />District No. 2 <br />District No. 3 <br /> <br />Commissioner <br />Commissioner <br />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 />-MINUTES- <br /> <br />November 6, 1978 <br /> <br />10:00 a.m. Meeting called to order by Chairman Carroll M. Mercer with <br />all members present. <br /> <br />Hearing: Budget Extension; Health Department. No one ap- <br />peared to speak for or against. Moved by Commissioner O'Meara, seconded <br />by Commissioner Brown to approve and sign Resolution No. 86-78 in which <br />the sum of $5,195.00 from the unencombered fund balance of Health Dept. <br />account No. 501, to be used for salaries for annual leave and compensatory <br />time; and in the amount of $7,500.00, to be reimbursed by Medicare, Medicaid <br />and private individuals for services provided by the Jefferson County <br />Health Department to the Home Health Care Program, and to be used for <br />salaries, supplies and equipment for the said Home Health Care Program. <br />Unanimous. <br /> <br />Resolution No. 87-78 re: Jefferson County Coroner's Rules. <br />Rules relating to bodies of deceased persons. Promulgated by William <br />Howard, Prosecuting Attorney. Moved by Commissioner O'Meara, seconded <br />by Commissioner Brown to approve and sign the above resolution. Unanimous. <br /> <br />Agreement re: Program Planning and Grant Administration. <br />This agreement is entered into between Clallam and Jefferson Counties, <br />and the Program Planning and Grant Administration, Inc. The Board <br />approved and signed the above agreement. <br /> <br />L. P. Willber, Sequim, appeared before the Board to discuss <br />the development of approximately 40 acres he owns off of Hastings Ave. <br />He told the Board there was a road leading to his property. Commissioner <br />O'Meara said that he thought the road is only a "usage road" through the <br />proposed Deer Park Plat and not a County Road. The Board suggested Mr. <br />Willber check with the Assessors office to get more information. <br /> <br />David Johnston, Architect, and Stan Brumbaugh appeared before <br />the Board regarding the Gardiner Community Center. Johnston suggests <br />using low water fixtures such as the new vacuum air flush toilet that <br />uses only 1 quart per flush. Johnston says by eliminating the spring <br />water from running over the street the ground should eventually dry up. <br />He concludes that with the use of less water and eliminating the spring <br />water he forsees no problems. The Board authorized Johnston to write <br />letter about receiving permission from Church to test the soil on their <br />property and to hire an engineer to do perk tests and design sewer system. <br />Commissioner O'Meara moved to authorize up to $500.00 to have an engineer <br />fOh the sewer system. Commissioner Brown seconded the motion. Unanimous. <br /> <br />John Ackey, Manager of Computer Department, presented to the <br />Board the billings for the IMOS III School he attended the week of October <br />23, 1978, $325.00 and the Memory Extension equipment already installed. <br />The Board approved and signed the billing authorizations. The Board also <br />approved and signed for the purchase of IMOS III operating system, $7,567.20 <br />includes tax, and the Tape Drive 773, installation and interface, $12,059.36. <br />Commissioner Brown moved to purchase software program out of the Anti <br />Recession Fund and purchase the hardware program out of the Data Processing <br />Fund. Commissioner O'Meara seconded the motion. Unanimous. John explain- <br />ed to the Board of the possible futrue changes in the sys>em. They also <br />discussed the maintenance agreement. <br /> <br />Liquor License. Commissioner O'Meara moved and Commissioner <br />Brown seconded the motion to approve and sign the notice of no objection <br />for type H license to Peg's Restaurant; Francis Marrion Millard. <br /> <br />VOL <br /> <br />4 :r;\;~ <br /> <br />02042 <br />
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