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<br />COMMUNICABLE <br />DISEASE CONTROL <br /> <br />PUBLIC HEALTH <br />NURSING <br /> <br />HOME <br />NURSING <br /> <br />VITAL <br />STATISTICS <br /> <br />ENVIRONMENTAL <br />HEALTH <br /> <br />HEALTH <br />EDUCATION <br /> <br /> <br />" <br /> <br />" <br /> <br />JEFFERSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT <br />,4{' <br />802 SHERIDAN PORT TOWNSEND, WASH. 98368 (206) 385-07Z2 <br /> <br />:1:W:.'NII:.;r'J~~:..- <br /> <br />Minutes: <br /> <br />October 17, 1984 <br /> <br />Board Members: <br /> <br />Staff Members: <br /> <br />B.G. Brown, Chairman <br />Larry W. Dennison, Member <br />John L. Pitts, IVlember <br />Glen Ison. 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 />Chairman B.G. Brown called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. <br />with all members except Gael Stuart in attendance. After reading the <br />letter from Mayor Brent Shirley, the Chairman introduced Glen Ison, <br />the new representative for the City. New County Commissioner Larry <br />Dennison was also introduced to the Board members. <br /> <br />Approval of Minutes: <br />approved as corrected by motion <br />Commissioner Dennison. <br /> <br />The minutes of September 19, 1984 were <br />of Commissioner Pitts, seconded by <br /> <br />NURSING DIRECTOR REPORT: Gretchen Gephart, D.O.N. submitted <br />the Quarterly Report ot Nursing Service. for July through September and <br />the Monthly Report for September making note that 2,065 people had he en <br />served in person by the nurses in. September. <br /> <br />HEALTH OFFICER REPORT: Dr. Fischnaller reported that he had <br />attended the State Health Otticer's annual meeting where reports from <br />the various levels of the State Health office were given and a discussion <br />of t'ie Statewide Health Plan, developed by the Health Systems Agency was <br />conducted. <br /> <br />ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DIRECTOR: Randy Durant made note of a <br />letter for the Department ot Ecology regarding the identification of <br />Historical Hazardous Waste Sites. DOE is attempting to compile a list <br />of such sites and currently lists three sites in Jefferson County: <br />1) Olympic Testing Labs in Quilcene, 2) Railroad Right-of-way near <br />Discovery Bay and 3) Indian Island. <br /> <br />The Environmental Health Section activities report for September was <br />reviewed by Randy with the following items being mentioned: <br /> <br />* Other Field Work-~- visits made for services where no fee :i5 <br />charged. <br />* There were less food service inspectioreand more emphasis was <br />put on making final septic tank inspections. <br />