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<br /> <br />..0::::::..- <br /> <br />;i~~~ <br />JEFFERSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT <br /> <br />.:IW.:.1111iIlflETim:ml <br /> <br />Minutes: <br /> <br />March 16, 1983 <br /> <br />Board Members: <br /> <br />B.G, Brown, Chairman <br />A.M. U'Meara, Member <br />John L. Pitts, Member <br /> <br />Staff Members: <br /> <br />Randall M. Durant, R.S, <br />Phyllis Bee, P.H.N, <br />Joseph Fischnaller, M.D. <br />Gael Stuart, Administrator <br /> <br />Chairman Brown called the meeting to order. All members were present. <br /> <br />MINUTES: Commissioner Pitts moved to approve the minutes of February 16, <br />l~b5 as presented. Commissioner O'Meara seconded the motion. Unanimous. <br /> <br />W.I:C,(WELL CHILD CLINICS: Phyllis Bee introduced Jeanne Hibbard, who <br />brietly reviewed.each at these programs. She provided pamphlets (attach- <br />ment 1) which define services and eligibility. <br /> <br />The W.I.C. Program, which is Federally funded, presently serves 140 clients <br />in Jefferson County. Each client receives $30.00 worth of specific foods <br />each month. Although many women and children in the County would qualify <br />for this nutrition program, many of them do not take advantage of it. <br /> <br />Well child clinics, for which there are no eligibility limitations, have <br />increased from 12 per year to 96 per year, and are very well attended. <br /> <br />NURSING DIRECTOR REPORT: Mrs. Bee provided her written report (attach- <br />ment 2) tor rebruary, 1~83. She also reported that she will be meeting <br />with State representatives next week to discuss family planning and how <br />family planning services might be increased for Jefferson County. <br /> <br />PROPOSED SEWER SYSTEM, HADLOCK: Gael Stuart read several letters regarding <br />this matter into the minutes. <br /> <br />The first letter, from PUD Manager Richard Kint to the Board of Commissioners <br />(attachment 3), transmitted a lab report on surface water samples taken in <br />the Hadlock area and requested that the Board take appropriate action to <br />determine whether a health hazard exists. A letter from John R. Hansen <br />(attachment 4) transmitted a second lab report, also on arrface water samples, <br />and requested a detailed study in the area to determine whether a health <br />hazard exists. Randy Durant's response to the PUD (attachment 5) was read <br />and discussed. <br /> <br />Dr. Fischnaller stated that both fecal coliform and fecal streptococcus, <br />the presence of which were confirmed in the lab reports, are present in <br />animals as well as humans, and therefore would be expected to be present in <br />
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