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<br />COMMUNICABLE <br />DISEASE CONTROL <br /> <br />\ <br />PUB~'C HEALTH <br />\ NYRSING <br />, <br /> <br />HOME <br />NURSING <br /> <br />VITAL <br />STATISTICS <br /> <br />ENVIRONMENTAL <br />,~EALT~: <br /> <br />HEALTH <br />EDUCATION <br /> <br /> <br />JEFFERSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT <br /> <br />102 SHERIDAN PORT TOWNSEND, WASH. 98388 <br />;.. ..~ <br /> <br />(208) 385.0722 <br /> <br />HEALT BOARD <br /> <br />Minutes <br /> <br />March 21, 1984 <br /> <br />BOARD MEMBERS: <br /> <br />STAFF MEMBERS: <br /> <br />B.G. Brown, Chairman <br />A.M. O'Meara, Member <br />John L. Pitts, Member <br />Brent S. Shirley, Member <br /> <br />Randall M. Durant, R.S. <br />Gretchen Gephart, D.O.N. <br />Joseph Fischnaller, M.D. <br />Gael Stuart, Administrator <br /> <br />All members were present when Chairman B.G. Brown called the <br />meeting to order at the appointed time. <br /> <br />Approval of the Minutes: Commissioner O'Meara seconded <br />Commissioner Pitts'motion to approve the minutes of February 15, 1984. <br />Unanimous. <br /> <br />Ernest Criez rei On-site sewage disposal for Lots 1 and 2, <br />Block 13, Paradise Bay Estates: Mr. & Mrs. Criez and Dennis Hanburg of <br />Pac Tech Engineering, Inc. were present when Gael Stuart read the minutes <br />of the January 18, 1984 Board of Health meeting when the matter was <br />discussed. <br /> <br />Mr. Criez advised that he had consulted Pac-Tech Engineering, Jnc., <br />who designed a mound system for these lots which would mean that with <br />the variances they are requesting a two bedroom residence could be <br />accomodated. <br /> <br />Mr. Dennis Hanburg of Pac-Tech then explained that his proposal would <br />require that the collasped bulkhead be rebuilt and filled and used as <br />the "mean high tide" measurement mark. This would mean that the pipe <br />at the end of the bul~head would be the closest point to the septic <br />system at 75 feet. A discussion of what is meant by "Mean High Water" <br />and how that is interpreted by the Health Department then ensued. Randy <br />Durant and Doctor Fischnaller both reiterated that the new State <br />Regulations (which will be out in July) define Mean High Tide as the <br />point where the fol i,age changes. This definition has been applied <br />by the Health Department consistent with DSHS recommendations to do so, <br />as the currEOn~_ ree,gual tions do not define ''tiean H!8_h Water". <br /> <br />Randy Durant then reminded those present that there are three areas <br />of concern with this site (lots 1 and 2): 1) The setbac~ from the stream- <br />state regulations require 100 feet, 2) The setback from the Mean High <br /> <br />, <br />