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<br />Bealth Board, May 18, 1983 <br />Page 2 <br /> <br />PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT, WEST END: The agreement with Clallam County <br />(attachment 3) for an Environmental Health Specialist and a Public Health <br />Nurse to provide services in western Jefferson County was approved and signed <br />on the motion by Commissioner Pitts, seconded by Commissioner O'Meara. <br />Unanimous. <br /> <br />SURPLUS RECORDERS/TRANSCRIBERS: Mr. Stuart reported that, after further <br />investigation, it does not appear to be cost effective to sell this equip- <br />ment which was discussed at the last meeting. Therefore, it will remain <br />in the Department as spare equipment and will be available for loan to other <br />County departments. <br /> <br />FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES: Following discussion at the last meeting, Commis- <br />sioner Pitts, Dr. Fischnaller and Mrs. Bee approached the medical personnel, <br />during their monthly meeting, about providing family planning services. The <br />doctors and nurse practicioner indicated that they would be willing to pro- <br />vide education in the schools and felt that medical services and educational <br />services for adults could be provided in private practice. <br /> <br />Commissioner Pitts stated that the current Family Planning Clinic has shown <br />an increase in the number of clients under the new manager, and suggested <br />that their "track record" be reviewed and service needs reassessed during <br />the budget process for 1984. <br /> <br />HERBICIDE 2-4-D: Dr. Fischnaller reported that he was assured by Al Robbins, <br />Director ot the State Health Department Pesticide Laboratory, that there is <br />no evidence of any physical problems in humans due to spraying of 2-4-D. <br /> <br />ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DIRECTOR REPORT: The written report for April, 1983 <br />(attachment 4) was reviewed by the Board. Mr. Stuart noted that there has <br />been a noticeable increase in the number of site evaluations. <br /> <br />MEETING ADJOURNED: The next regular meeting will be on June 15, 1983. <br />
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