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BOARD OF JLFFERSON COUNTY CO~ISSION~.R$ <br /> <br />District NO. I Commissioner <br />District NO. 2 Commissioner <br />District No. 3 Commissioner <br /> <br />Clerk of the Board <br />~ngineer <br />Secretary <br /> <br />A.M..O'Meara <br />B.G. Brown, Chairman <br />Carroll M. Mercer <br /> <br />Betty J. Temple, Auditor <br />Edwin A. Becker, P.E. <br />Jordine C. Bragg <br /> <br /> MINUTES <br /> <br />January 6, 1975 <br /> <br /> 10=00a.m. Session came to order with all members present including Com- <br /> missioners A.M. O'Meara, B.G. Brown and Carroll M. Mercer, ~ewly elected <br /> commissioner for District No. 3 <br /> <br /> Reorganization of the Board - moved by Commissioner Mercer, seconded by <br /> commissioner o'Meara to appoint B.G. Brown to serve as Chairman of the <br /> Board during the interum period of January 6, 1975 to January 12, 1975, . <br /> due to the retirement of Chairman Walter A. Kelly. <br /> <br />Dan Youra, from the County Employment Department and the Community Action <br />Council appeared re: Possible funded position for an Environmental Data <br />A~alyst. Position would be funded by the Federal Government through CETA <br />to assist the Planning Department and the Planning Commission in doing <br />environmental data analysis. CAC would take care of the funding, payroll <br />and all administrative aspects of the position by contracting with the <br />county. He requests the Board to submit a letter stating their interest <br />in-having an An~alyst to assist the county'with environmental studies and <br />'authorizing the need for the position. The Board will take information <br />under consideration for determination at a later date. <br /> <br />No~ris Short requests the county's aid in obtaining a radio transmitter for <br />th~ local ambulance service. Chairman Brown advised that the county cannot <br />le~lly furhish equipment for a private business and recommends that he <br />con~act the Hospital Commissioners for possible assistance. <br /> <br />Standard Oil Co. of California, Western Operations, Inc. submitted a con- <br />trgct for the furnishing of gasoline, diesel fuel and hearint fuel for the <br />county for the period of January 1,- 1975 to December 31, 1975. Contract <br />is. under the Mandatory Petroleim Allocation Program. Moved by Com~issione~.. <br />O'Meara, seconded by Commissioner Mercer to accept and'sign contract as <br />presented. Unanimous <br /> <br />Public Hearin~ re: Subdivis~on Ordin~nce Regulations <br /> Attending: Norris Short, Chairman, County Planning Commission; Chet <br />Dalgleish, Fred Houghton, Marion Meacham, Chester Hicks, Bill Dusing, Don <br />Kirst, and Roger French. <br /> Planning Director Cunningham explained that the state, legislature made <br />revisions to the State Subdivision Statute in 1974 and required that certain <br />changes be made in local subdivision regulations by June. In accordance <br />with requirements, the Planning commission held public meetings and hear- <br />ings, and met with real'estate interests in the county for all possible <br />input into the county regulation as it should be changed. The proposed <br />ordinance has been published in its entirety in the local newspaper as <br />recommended by the Prosecuting Attorney. He said that basically the "lone <br />subdivision" is about the same as the existing county regulations, however, <br />the county does not have a "short subdivision" regulation and this was one <br />of the main changes in the state statute. Also, a separate section was <br />made for Mobil Home Parks. The proposed ordinance reflects the desires of <br />the pe~ople of th~county, the Planning Commission and the Planning Depart- <br />ment, but he feels the follo%~ing things still merit discussion: <br /> (1) Surveying of short plats - Engineer Becker recommends <br />that all plats should be surveyed by a certified licensed engineer. <br />Majority of persons attending are in favor of surveys to eliminate any and <br />all possible questions on boundaries. It was determined that surveys be <br />required as stated in Section 5,309 of the proposed ordinance. <br /> (2) Definition of Short and Long Plats - motion by Commissioner <br />O'Meara, seconded by Commissioner Mercer to define a Short Plat as "one <br />divided into four or fewer lots, parcels, tracts or sites for the purpose <br /> <br /> <br />
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