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<br />" <br /> <br />COMMUNICABLE <br />DISEASE CONTROL <br /> <br />PUBLIC HEALTH <br />NURSING <br /> <br />HOME <br />f'~URSING <br /> <br />ViTAL <br />STA.T:ST!,-:'". <br /> <br />ENViRONMENTAL <br />HEALTH <br /> <br />HEAL TH <br />EDUCATION <br /> <br /> <br />802 SHERIDAN PORT TOWNSEND, WASH. 98368 <br /> <br />i206} 385-0722 <br /> <br />-;r:l;'iNM:.:IIJ"'ftl~ <br /> <br />Boare, Nembers: <br /> <br />Hinutes: November 16, 1983 <br />Staff Eembers: <br /> <br />B.G. E~own,Chairman <br />A.t't. 0' I'1ea ra, Hember <br />,:ro~:m L. Pitts, Member <br /> <br />Randall M. Durant, R.S. <br />Gretc'l€m Gephart, D ,N. S. <br />Joseph Fischnaller, M.D. <br />Gael Stuart, Administrator <br /> <br />All members were present w:'len Chairman B.G. Brown calleci <br />t.:lS :'leeting to order at 9:30 a.m. in the Health Department Conference OOlT!, <br /> <br />Contracts re; Substitute Nurse and Family Planning: It '"as <br />moved by Commissioner U't1eara, seconded by Com;aissioner Pitts to afJ9rOve <br />and sign~:'le contract for Gi llian Abshire, subs ti tute nurse and t"le <br />contract tvith Family Planning. Unanimous. <br /> <br />Introduction of the new Environmental Health Specialist: <br />John Eliasson, the new Environmental Health Specialist, was introduced to <br />the membersof the Health Board by Gael Stuart, Administrator. <br /> <br />Introduction of the new Director of Nurses: Mr. Stuart then <br />. introduced the new Director ot Nursing, Gretchen Gephart. <br /> <br />Approval of the Minutes: <br />seconded by Commissioner Pitts, the <br />were approyed. Unanimous, <br /> <br />On the motion of Commissioner 0't1eara <br />minutes of the October 19, 1983 meeting <br /> <br />Public Water Supply, Brinnon Booster Club; Mark Scruggs: 11ark <br />Scruggs and members ot the Brinnon Booster Club met with the Health Board to <br />1nqu~re about a possible variance to the water regulations for the well that <br />supplies the Club's building. <br /> <br />The Booster Club was founded in 1957 to serve the community and met in <br />private homes until their building was acquired in 1964, Mr. Scruggs explained. <br />The Booster Club and its building are a hub for activities in Brinnon. <br /> <br />The operations budget, ($9,000 last year) has never been subsidized by the <br />County as is the case for community centers in Chimacum, Quilcene and <br />Gardiner, The operating costs have doubled in the last five years, Mr. <br />Scruggs pointed out, and since the building can not be utilized to its full <br />potential, because cooking is not allowed, it is becoming hard to meet the <br />expenses. Mr. Scruggs presented a petition with 300 signatures of Brinnon <br />