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JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />District No. I Commissioner: Daniel Harpole, Member <br />District No. 2 Commissioner: Glen Huntingford, Chairman <br />District No. 3 Commissioner: Richard Wojt, Member <br /> <br /> Clerk of the Board: <br />Director of Public Services: <br /> <br />Lorna L. Delaney <br />Gary A. Rowe <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br />Week of September 21, 1998 <br /> <br /> The meeting was called to order by Chairman Glen Huntingford. Commissioner Daniel <br />Harpole and Commissioner Richard Wojt were both present. <br /> <br /> PUBLIC SERVICES BRIEFING SESSION: Public Services Director Gary Rowe <br />reported on the following: <br />· A petition request has been received for the incorporation of the Tri Area. The incorporation <br /> process was then reviewed. The Board must hold a public meeting within 30 days. He <br /> suggested that this request be sent to the Planning Commission for their review. Commissioner <br /> Harpole suggested that the Prosecuting Attorney be asked to put together information regarding <br /> the legal requirements for incorporation. Chairman Huntingford suggested that Gary Rowe <br /> contact the Washington State Association of Counties (WSAC) regarding information they have <br /> put together on incorporation requests and the Growth Management Act. <br />· The State Department of Fish and Wildlife has sent a survey to each County regarding funding <br /> for salmon enhancement projects and a request for a work plan. There is a short time frame for <br /> submitting this information. Gary Rowe will talk with staff and other counties to see what can <br /> be done in the time frame specified. <br />· The Prosecuting Attorney's budget appropriation was not acted upon after the hearing because <br /> more information was needed. The Board asked that a meeting be set up with the Prosecuting <br /> Attorney to discuss this request further. <br />· Chairman Huntingford reported that Hood Canal Bridge maintenance will require a bridge <br /> closure for 6 to 8 weeks in the year 2002. The DOT is currently planning how to handle the <br /> traffic problems this will cause. <br /> <br />Page 1 <br /> <br /> <br />