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<br /> <br />~ <br /> <br />..."~ <br /> <br />BOARD OF JEFFERSON dOUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />District No. 1 Commissioner <br />District No. 2 Commissioner <br />District No. 3 Commissioner <br /> <br />A. M. O'Meara, Chairman <br />B. G. Brown, Member <br />Carroll M. Mercer <br /> <br />Clerk of the Board <br />Engineer <br />Secretary <br /> <br />Betty J. Anderson, Auditor <br />Milt Sanstrom, P.E. <br />Jerdine C. Bragg <br /> <br />M I N Q T E S <br />, <br />-+ <br />i <br /> <br />week of <br />March 214, 1980 <br /> <br />10:00 a.m. Meeting called to order qy Chairman A. M. O'Meara with all <br />members present. <br /> <br />Mike Shay , property owneir in Lazy C Plat, appeared regarding <br />the flooded road in Division 2. Mr. iShay requested information on forming <br />an R.1.D. and developing Division 2 s!o as to be acceptable by the County <br />as a legal plat. Mr. Shay would pre!fer not to do any further dealing with <br />the developer Mr. Swift. The Board i!rtformed Mr. Shay that because it is <br />not a legal plat, the property owners! must take their own legal actions and <br />advised Mr. Shay that the Planning D!epartment would have the needed infor- <br />mation on platting and forming R. I. D .is. <br /> <br />Peter Simpson brought in it he final application for funds from <br />the Small Cities Community Development Block Grant, for the amount of <br />$415,000.00. Commissioner Brown move~ to approve and sign the Memoradum <br />of Agreement and the Final Applicatio!n for Block Grant Funds, Jefferson <br />... County (B-80-DN-53-0017). Commission!er Mercer seconded the motion. Unani- <br />mous. <br /> <br />BUSINESS FROM COUNTY DEPARTMENTS: <br /> <br />Health <br /> <br />re: 1. Amendments to Agree~ents for Management of On-Site Sewage <br />Disposal System, Kal!a Point Company. Because reports <br />show there is no nec!essity to require annual pumping of <br />the septic system t~e contracts shall be amended to an <br />annual inspection an~ pumped periodically as necessary to <br />maintain the system !in functional order or no less than <br />once every five year!s. The amendments are for the follow- <br />ing contracts: Kala! Point Swim & Racquet Club; Kala Point <br />Condominium Owner's ~ssociation, Bldg. I; Kala Point Con- <br />dominium Owner's Asspciation, Bldg. II; Kala Point Condo- <br />minium Owner's Assoc!iation, Bldg. III; Kala Point Condomin- <br />ium Owner's Associat!ion, Bldg. IV; Kala Point Village <br />Owner's Association,! Phase I; Kala Point Village Owner's <br />Association, Phase 2!; Kala Point Village Owner's Associa- <br />tion, Phase 3; Kala; Point Village Owner's Association, <br />Phase 4. Commission~r Brown moved to approve and sign the <br />amendments, Commissipner Mercer seconded the motion. Unani- <br />mous. <br /> <br />Planning re: 1. Shoreline Permit #3-!78. Russ Mohney, manager of the Cape <br />George Colony Club, ~ppeared to request a revision to the <br />Shoreline Substantia!l Development Permit No. 3-78. He is <br />requesting a 5 year ~xtension so the following can be done: <br />(1) Study for the inporporating of the appropriate tech- <br />nology (solar) non-cpnsumption heating in pool and adjacent <br />areas; (2) Prepare ~ grant application for the solar project; <br />and (3) Relocate the recreation hall to the south of exist- <br />ing pool for efficie~t utilization of the available recrea- <br />tion area. After di!scussion, Commissioner Brown moved to <br />extend the starting ~ime of the permit one year, and approve <br />the proposed revisio~s. Commissioner Mercer seconded the <br />motion. Unanimous. <br /> <br />2. Final Short Plat: i <br />a) S5-80; Jeff Ingmap & Linda Nutsford. Divide 10.6 acres <br />into 4 residential Ipts to be served by individual wells <br />and septic tanks. All required departments reviewed and <br />signed the short pla~. ~ <br /> <br />VOL 6 rAGA,99 <br />