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JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />District No. I Commissioner: Daniel Harpole, Member <br />District No. 2 Commissioner: Glen Hunting£ord, Chairman <br />District No. 3 Commissioner: Richard Wojt, Member <br /> <br />Clerk of the Board: Lorna L. Delaney <br />Director of Public Services: Gary A. Rowe <br />Deputy Director of Public Services: David Goldsmith <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br /> Week of September 14, 1998 <br /> <br /> The meeting was called to order by Chairman Glen Huntingford. Commissioner Richard <br />Wojt was present. Commissioner Daniel Harpole was not present. <br /> <br /> Approval of Minutes: Commissioner Wojt moved to approve the minutes of the <br />September 8, 1998 meeting as presented. Chairman Huntingford seconded the motion which carried. <br /> <br /> PUBLIC SERVICES BRIEFING SESSION: The Board and Gary Rowe discussed a <br />recent meeting with the City of Port Townsend regarding regional services and the best way to proceed <br />in these negotiations. Gary Rowe will draft a letter to the City asking that an amount be put in the <br />Mayor's 1999 budget request that more accurately reflects the costs to the County of the regional <br />services provided to the City. <br /> <br />Gary Rowe then reviewed a process developed by Ken Lynn, at the request of the Board, for <br />expectations of management. This will be reviewed with the Public Services Managers. <br /> <br />The Distressed Counties Tax that was passed by the Board should have gone into effect on July 1, 1998. <br />Gary Rowe will find out if any income has been received as the result of this tax. <br /> <br /> PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: The following comments and issues were discussed: A <br />permit for a temporary (6 month) produce business in the Port Hadlock area to stay open through <br />October even though the permit expired at the end of August; the Emergency Control Ordinance does <br />not allow the development of the resort complex area or the multi-family areas (purple and brown areas <br /> <br />Page 1 <br /> <br /> <br />