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<br />JEFFERSON couNTI' BOARD OF HEALTH <br />MINUTES <br /> <br />November 20, 1997 <br /> <br />BOARD MEMBERS <br />Glen HUIlti"Llford, Chainflall - COUIlty Commlssio/l(r District 2 <br />Richard wOji, Member - COUllty Commissio/l(r District 3 <br />D,JIl Haryole, M<mber - COUIlty Commissio/l(r District I <br />red slwulberg, Member - port TOWIlstl1d City council <br />JiU Buhler, M<mber - JcffersOll county Hospital District #2 Commissioller <br />sheik westenflall, Member - cttizm at Large (City) <br />Roberta FrisSlll, Member - Citizen at Large (COUIlty) <br /> <br />STAFF MEMBERS <br />David syecter, Health Deyartment Director <br />Jea/l Baldwill, Director of Nursl'l'J services <br />Lany Fay, Director of EIlvirollmmt.1 Health <br />chester prudhomme, Director of subSinllCl Abuse <br />rhomas Locke, M.D., Health officer <br />Mary Mandell, Admlllistrative SUYfori <br /> <br />The meeting was called to order by Chairman Glen Huntingford. All Board and staff members were present <br />with the exception of Commissioner Harpole. <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES <br /> <br />Commissioner W ojt moved to approve the minutes of October 16, 1997 as presented. Member Buhler <br />seconded the motion. The minutes were approved by a unanimous vote as corrected. (Page 4, Legislature <br />changed to Legislation) <br /> <br />PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD <br /> <br />No public comments. <br /> <br />NEW BUSINESS <br /> <br />APPEAL OF PERMIT DENIAL: LILI-MEI RAIGUEL: Larry Fay reported that Lili-Mei <br />Raiguel has applied for three (3) septic permits, two (2) of which have been issued. W AC246-272 requires a <br />minimum of 18,000 square feet. The combined square footage oflots 34-40, total 17,500. Larry Fay stated <br />that these lots do not meet the requirement for a waiver due to the fact that she owns adjacent property. <br /> <br />Lili-Mei Raiguel suggested taking 5 or 10 feet off oflot 41 and making lot 40 bigger to comply with the <br />minimum land requirement. Larry Fay replied that in order to do that she would need to apply for a <br />boundary line adjustment. Chairman Huntingford stated that the only option is to deny the permit and direct <br />Ms. Raiguel to apply for a boundary line adjustment through the Permit Center. Member Westerman moved <br />to support the denial of this application. If a boundary line adjustment is done and the land meets the <br />requirements, there is no need for this request to come back to the Board of Health. Member Buhler <br />seconded the motion which carried by a unanimous vote. <br />