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<br /> <br />BOARD OF JEFFERSON -COUN'l'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'JJjeara <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 20, 1978 <br /> <br />10:00 a.m. Meeting called to order by Chairman Carroll M. Mercer with <br />all members present. <br /> <br />Acceptance of Proposal - Reroofing the VFW Hall. Evergreen <br />Roofing, $2,345.00 plus tax. Commissioner O'Meara moved to accept and <br />sign the proposal, Commissioner Brown seconded the motion. Unanimous. <br /> <br />Hearing re: Sentinal FiLs R.I.D. #2. Chairman Mercer <br />opened the hearing. Earl James spoke in favor of the R.I.D. by stating <br />that it much needed. Trubie Strom supported Mr. James' statement and <br />said she too is in favor of the R.I.D. <br />J. L. Nollkamper, Port Townsend Realty, spoke in opposition of the <br />proposal as written. He commented on the cost estimate being very expen- <br />sive and questioned the means of payment. The Board explained the pay- <br />ment procedures. Mr. Nollkamper said, had he understood that the R.I.D. <br />could be paid over a 20 year bases they would have looked at it a little <br />differently. But he strongly questions t):le way the engineers have,drawn <br />up the plans and their figures. Mr. Nollkamper explained that there is <br />a swamp where they intend to have the road. After looking at the map <br />the Board concluded that it's only an existing right of way and not <br />necessarily where the road will be. Mr. Nollkamper said that with the <br />long term payment he felt the R.I.D. made sense but added that he didn't <br />want a 60' paved highway. <br />There being no further discussion Chairman Mercer closed the hearing. <br />Commissioner Brown moved to proceed with the R.I.D. Sentinal Firs #2, <br />Commissioner O'Meara seconded the motion. Unanimous. <br /> <br />Kala Point Division #4; Larry Anderson appeared regarding <br />the On-Site Waste Management Agreement for Condominium Building #4. <br />Commissioner O'Meara moved to approve and sign the agreement, Commissioner <br />Brown seconded the motion. Unanimous. <br /> <br />Kathy Hayes, Regional Library Director, appeared in regards <br />to the Establishment of the Rural County Library. They discussed possible <br />Board members for the Rural Library. Kathy recommends that until revenue <br />from taxes is available, work on a contractual bases would be best. <br />She reported that the Grant expires March 1, 1979 and her salary expires <br />March 31, 1979. <br /> <br />Liquor License. Commissioner Brown moved to approve and <br />sign the notice of no objection to transfer B, C, E, & F license to <br />P.M. Tavern Corp. from Donald R. Campbell for the Geoduck Tavern. <br />Commissioner O'Meara seconded the motion. Unanimous. <br /> <br />James Crowell appeared regarding the proposed vacation of <br />portion of County Road No. 70. Mr. Crowell explained to the Board that <br />he was not pleased with the Boards decision to vacate only after he <br />gives Mason County P.U.D. an easement for a utility pole. The Board <br />then told Mr. Crowell that there was another alternative, in which the <br />utility pole on his property be removed and a letter from Mason County <br />P.U.D. confirming the action be submitted to the Board before the order <br />of vacation can be executed. <br /> <br />Commissioner Brown moved to sign and forward the Outlay <br />Report and Request for Reimbursement for Construction Programs in regards <br />to the Mid-Quimper Waterwaste Facility Plan. Commissioner O'Meara <br />seconded the motion. Unanimous. <br /> <br />"VOl <br /> <br />4 rAGE <br /> <br />02164 <br />