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<br /> <br />County Health & Human Services <br /> <br />HEALTH BOARD MINUTES <br />FEBRUARY 27, 1996 <br /> <br />BOARD MEMBERS: <br />Robert Hinton, Chairman <br />Richard Wojt, Member <br />Glen Huntingford, Member <br /> <br />STAFF MEMBERS <br />David Specter, Health Department Director <br />Jean Baldwin, Director of Nursing Services <br />Larry Fay, Director of Environmental Health <br />Chester Prudhomme, Director of Substance Abuse <br />Thomas Locke, M.D., Health Officer <br /> <br />The meeting was called to order by Chairman Robert Hinton with the following Board and staff members <br />present: Commissioner Richard Wojt, David Specter, Chester Prudhomme, Jean Baldwin, Tom Locke and <br />Judi Morris. <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES: Commissioner Wojt moved to approve the minutes of January 23, <br />1996, as presented. Chairman Hinton seconded the motion with the correction that Bob Sokol is no <br />longer the City of Port Townsend Representative. The minutes were approved as corrected. <br /> <br />DIRECTOR'S REPORT <br /> <br />FINANCIAL REPORT: David Specter introduced Linda Green who is replacing Joney Healy in <br />providing clerical support at the Health Department. He then reported that the County purchased <br />computer equipment for the Community Assessment Program, $5,000 of which will be refunded. That will <br />bring current expenses almost even for 1996. Revenue is at 3.1% and in the next few weeks the State <br />Department of Health will send out the December payment, which is held until they receive Jefferson <br />County's final report. <br /> <br />David Specter said that food permit renewal notices were sent out stating the recent fee increase. Judi <br />Morris said that there hasn't been any response from people asking for a waiver of fees. Commissioner <br />Wojt requested that a list be kept of the people who request waivers. <br /> <br />David Specter said that the Health Department has submitted certification for UGN funding to fund two <br />programs: 1) Support for family planning; 2) Renewing support for substance abuse prevention. <br /> <br />A letter was received from Michael Sexton, a resident of Chimacum, reporting what he feels are health <br />violations concerning solid waste, water and septic on a neighbor's property. David Specter said that the <br />Environmental Health staffis responding. <br /> <br />HEALTH <br />DEPARTMENT <br />206/385-9400 <br /> <br />ENVIRONMENTAL <br />HEALTH <br />206/385-9444 <br /> <br />DEVELOPMENTAL <br />DISABILITIES <br />206/385-9400 <br /> <br />ALCOHOL/DRUG <br />ABUSE CENTER <br />206/385-0650 <br /> <br />FAX <br />206/385-9401 <br />