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<br />(..' <br /> <br />:~ .......; <br /> <br />Clerk of the Board: <br />Public Works Director: <br /> <br />Larry W. Dennison, <br />B.G. Brown, Member <br />(Vacant) <br /> <br />3erdine C. Bragg <br />Gary A. Rowe <br /> <br />.'- <br />I- <br />I- <br />1- <br />ChairmanJ _ <br />1111 <br />I- <br />I- <br />Jill <br />1111 <br />1111 <br />- <br /> <br />III. <br />_I <br />_I <br />_I <br />_I <br />-I <br />-, <br />_I <br />_I <br />-I <br />_I <br /> <br />3EFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />District No. 1 Commissioner: <br />District No. 2 Commissioner: <br />District No. 3 Commissioner: <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br />Week of November 10, 1986 <br /> <br />Chairman Larry W' Dennison called the meeting to order with <br />Commissioner B. G. Brown in attendance. <br /> <br />Bud Porter and Veterans Relief Committee Members re: <br />Soldiers' and Sailors' Relief Fund: This meeting was postponed, by <br />request of the Veterans, until 10:00 a.m. November 17, 1986. <br /> <br />Byron Ruby re: Solid Waste Pees on Burnable Materials: Mr. <br />Ruby came before the Board to discuss the fees for dumping burnable <br />items at the County landfill. He stated that the fee per ton is high <br />especially (brush, tree branches, etc.) since these items do not take <br />up space like other items. This cost may be a deterrent to some people <br />and may cause them to dump along the roads. Commissioner Brown stated <br />that there is expense involved with disposing of burnables at the <br />landfill even though they don't take up space. Mr. Ruby suggested that <br />cutting the fee in half would be ~ore equitable. Chairman Dennison <br />further explained that the State has imposed new requirements for <br />landfills which will significantly increase the amount of funding the <br />County will have to put into operating the landfill. <br /> <br />Peter SimDson, Director, Clallam-3efferson Community Action <br />Council and Prosecutina Attorney, 30hn Ravmond re: Brinnon Senior <br />Center: Peter Simpson explained that in doing the preliminary plans <br />for the Brinnon Senior Center, two areas of concern have been <br />discovered: 1) The building was not 'constructed with earthquake <br />protection and 2) There is asbestos in the textured ceiling of the <br />bottom floor (where the Senior Center will be located). The ceilings <br />of the upper floor (motel and apartment rooms) will be checked by that <br />State. <br /> <br />Bill Pollak, Project Manager with the CAC, stated that the State <br />Department of Labor and Industries is testing for asbestos in the <br />building. There is no charge for this work. He further stated that <br />his concern right now is for the welfare of the people running the <br />motel, himself and for the people who rent the apartment. Since it is <br />known that there is asbestos in at least a portion of the building <br />presently, Mr. Simpson asked if the liability with regard to the <br />asbestos and the condition of the structure itself, is sufficient to <br />require that the motel be closed until these items are corrected. 30hn <br />RaYmond stated that there is no question that the County would be <br />liable if the~e was any damage caused by an earthquake. The County has <br />two c~9ices: 1) Make the repairs while the motel is operating since <br />there hasn't b.een ,an earthquake'in this area for years and accept the <br />risk involved," or '2) Close the motel and make the necessary repairs. <br />~ <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />~----'---------- <br />I . ~-- <br />~jli> ~1 A rr..:tJ:':'IiI' <br />.G~ Ud1 Lh~~~ <br /> <br />