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JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />District No. I Commissioner: Daniel Harpole, Member <br />District No. 2 Commissioner: Glen Huntingford, Chairman <br />District No. 3 Commissioner: Richard Wojt, Member <br /> <br /> Clerk of the Board: <br /> Director of Public Services: <br />Deputy Director of Public Services: <br /> <br />Lorna L. Delaney <br />Gary A. Rowe <br />David Goldsmith <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br /> Week of May 11, 1998 <br /> <br /> The meeting was called to order by Chairman Glen Huntingford. Commissioners Daniel <br />Harpole and Richard Wojt were both present. <br /> <br /> Approval of Minutes: Commissioner Wojt moved to approve the minutes of the week of <br />April 27, 1998 as presented. Commissioner Harpole seconded the motion which carried by a unani- <br />mous vote. <br /> <br /> David Christensen, Environmental Health, re: Water Resources Policy Group Meeting <br />Agenda: David Christensen reviewed the draft agenda prepared for the Water Resources Policy Group <br />Roundtable scheduled for May 19, 1998, including a draft scope of work for WRIA 17. The unresolved <br />issues are: <br />1) The determination of the initiating government to represent the largest water utility in WPdA 17. <br /> The City of Port Townsend is the largest water utility, but the legislation doesn't allow a <br /> municipality to be an initiating government for a water utility. The law is not clear on whether <br /> the utility has to be public or if it can be a private entity. If the entity with the largest number of <br /> water rights is chosen, Olympic Resource Management would be the initiating government. If <br /> the entity is the largest public utility, it would be PUD <br />2) If there should be a discussion during the meeting on Salmon recovery projects. <br /> <br />A draft resolution was presented which identifies the members of the Water Resource Policy Group and <br />the lead agency as Jefferson County. <br /> <br />Page 1 <br /> <br /> <br />