MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
tuesday – september 7, 1971
The Board of County Commissioners convened in regular session in the Commissioners’ Room, Courthouse, Tavares, Florida, on Tuesday, September 7, 1971, at 9:00 a.m. with the following members present: James R. Carson, Jr.; C. A. Deems; Thomas J. Windram and Kenneth VanAuken. J. M. Hoskinson, Chairman, was not present. Others present were Clerk of the Circuit Court, Frank E. Owens; Deputy Clerk, Bernice P. Conner; County Attorney, Christopher C. Ford; County Engineer, Fred M. Harpster; and Director of Planning, James C. Watkins.
The meeting was called to order by the Vice Chairman, Thomas J. Windram, and the invocation was delivered by the Director of Planning, James C. Watkins, after which the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was given.
contracts and agreements
On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. VanAuken and carried, the Board authorized the execution by the proper authorities of the Contract for Planning Services between the City of Clermont and Lake County and authorized the acceptance of the check for $500 from the City of Clermont as a retainer on the Contract.
bonds – misc.
On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. VanAuken and carried, Bonds for contractors for certificates of competency and one renewal were approved for the following:
#623 – Jim R. Crosley dba Lake County Septic Tank Service
#624 – Ronald Krueger dba Ron’s Mobile Home Service & Repair
#625 – Silvinus J. Steinke
#52 – Albert L. Rue (Renewal)
On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. VanAuken and carried, Bonds for carrying firearms were approved for the following:
R. J. Rakestraw (Renewal)
Felton Lunsford, Security Force, Doric Foods Corp.
Troup Micker, Security Force, Doric Foods Corp.
James H. Julian, for protection of his person and of cash received from service stations for delivery to Tweedle Oil Co.
W. C. Tweedle, same as last above
W. K. Smith, M.D.
Roy D. Wrightam
James C. Williams
At this time, the Chairman arrived and assumed the Chair.
On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried, a Notary Bond for Bernice P. Conner was approved.
permits and licenses
The following Use Permits filed by the County Engineer were approved on a motion by Commr. VanAuken, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried:
No. 298, to Florida Telephone Corp. for the construction and maintenance of buried cable along a portion of District 3-1947 east of Minneola, Fla.
To the City of Leesburg (Utility Dept.) for the construction and maintenance of a 2” natural gas line from end of existing 2” line 140 feet northward into SR 44 R/W and thence West along hwy; crossing under the county road pavement.
At this time, Wendell Mohr appeared before the Board, informing it that he has been mashing old junk cars and hauling them to Tampa and had talked to the County Engineer and Commr. Deems about the possibility of using the old County clay pits for mashing cars and then hauling them off. It was suggested that Mr. Watkins get with Mr. Mohr and pick out designated areas for doing this and that they should get in touch with Mr. Yoder and Gene Smith and make sure the contract with Gene Smith is not being violated and work it out so it would not jeopardize the contract with Mr. Smith.
Chairman Hoskinson brought to the attention of the Board a communication from the Department of Health & Rehabilitative Services requesting support and cooperation in the implementation of provisions of Chapter 406, Florida Statutes, establishing the Medical Examiners Commission within the Florida Department of Health & Rehabilitative Services, creating among other things Medical Examiner Districts and requesting an attached nomination form be completed and returned to the Chairman of the Medical Examiners Commission. On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. VanAuken and carried, the Board authorized the Clerk to complete the nomination form in accordance with the request and enter thereon the name of Dr. William H. Shutze of Leesburg.
At this time, Glen LaRoe appeared before the Board and stated to it that the County Engineer had tried to negotiate for clay from the county dump on his property rather than place a lien upon the property. Mr. LaRoe did not want to go on this premise. He stated that the dump is burning now, apparently struck by lightning. Commr. Windram suggested that an estimate be made as to what responsibility was the County’s and to trade out the balance of the responsibility. The Board directed Commr. Windram and Mr. Harpster to get together with Mr. LaRoe and come to some settlement; then bring it back before the Board.
The County Engineer informed the Board that the Lisbon dump on Radio Road between US 441 and SR 44 will be closed to dumping Monday, September 13. Commr. Windram suggested that a sign be erected at the dump site in Lisbon stating that the effective closing date of the site was Sept 13 and directing people to the new landfill site in Tavares. Also, he suggested that the landfill site in Tavares should be prepared and proper signs erected.
A representative from Montverde appeared before the Board regarding a garbage franchise for Montverde. The Board informed her that they could operate within the City of Montverde, but not outside of the City and that there was a franchise freeze at this time. However, the Board informed her that it would be in a position to consider the new franchise within approximately thirty (30) days.
It now being the time advertised to consider a Petition for closing a dedicated road, the Chairman asked for objections if any to said vacation of a platted street. The Clerk read to the Board a letter from Ruby Sapp, in which she objected to the closing of said street. After some discussion and study of a map of the area, on a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried, a Resolution was adopted vacating the following described street:
Lots 15 and 16, Block 3, Lisbon Subdivision; and the West 240 feet of the Northeast ¼ of the Northeast ¼ of the Southwest ¼; the North 555 feet of the East 420 feet of the Northeast ¼ of the Northeast ¼ of Southwest 1/4; all lying and being in Section 35, Township 18 S., Range 25 E.
The County Engineer brought to the attention of the Board the request of Mrs. Paul Commander and Lou Bethea for the closing of County Road #2-3212 through their property to the Palatlakaha Creek and recommended to the Board that Lake County retain the title, since the property is required for drainage. The Board instructed Mr. Harpster to contact Mrs. Commander and ask her to give a drainage easement to the County, and it will then approve the closing of the road.
Mr. Peter Rhoads, Project Director of the Oklawaha River Basin Study, appeared before the Board, explaining to the Board about the program of the Oklawaha Basin Plans, speaking particularly of a plan on sewage disposal which will be countywide. Mr. Rhoads presented a water quality management plan for the Oklawaha River Basin. He is taking all former studies and compiling them into one complete comprehensive and workable plan, the aim being to develop plans to stop pollution from going into the Oklawaha Basin. The major activity will be preparing a master sewage plan for the entire county, which he said he hoped would be fully prepared by the end of 1972. They are conducting an agriculture drainage analysis and are also analyzing development goals and constraints. Mr. Watkins said Lake County is a leader in the southeastern United State in this type of study.
Commr. Windram brought to the attention of the Board that the Pollution Control Department would like to have an office in the old Health Building if one is available. On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. VanAuken and carried, the Board authorized the use of an additional office and restroom in the Old Health Building to be used by the Pollution Control Department.
Chairman Hoskinson directed the County Engineer to make a study of recommendations for an air conditioning and heating system in the old Health Building for the office space provided for the Pollution Control Department.
Commr. Joseph F. Gautier from Putnam County, Eric Watson from Volusia County, and several other interested parties from the counties appeared before the Board at this time with reference to control of the hyacinths in the St. Johns River. One of Mr. Gautier’s suggestions was that through a Special Act, all Counties fronting on the St. Johns River should be required to levy an extra dollar on fishing licenses for the improvement of fishing and stated that Putnam County is now doing this. He spoke of control of water hyacinths by mechanical means and would like to see a coordinated effort to find some solution for controlling by an aquamarine machine the spread of hyacinths in Volusia, Putnam and Lake Counties, also Seminole County and others further down the River and stated that more background information was needed and more pilot experience. He said that Putnam County has the complete cooperation of the State Department of Natural Resources and the Corps of Engineers. Mr. Gautier distributed to the Board copies of a Memorandum Agreement between Putnam County and Aquamarine Company and would like Lake County to appoint some coordinating agency to coordinate efforts on controlling water hyacinths. He submitted to the Board a Report from the St. Johns River Improvement Association as to how far they have gone in a concentrated effort for water hyacinth control. Mr. Ed Zagar with the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission said that the Aquamarine Company was the same one whose machine we had experimented with several years ago. Mr. Gautier told the Board that they are trying to develop some commercial use for water hyacinths and requested that an approach to this problem be made on a multi-county basis rather than a single County basis. He stated that we could get 70 percent federal funding if the counties can come up with an operational idea for control of aquatic hyacinths in the State of Florida.
It was moved by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. VanAuken and carried that Lake County participate in any multi-county program for controlling hyacinths and for fish restoration.
Mr. Gautier inquired of the Board if it would be possible for Putnam County to have some prisoner labor from Lake County, just for the experimental aspect of the pilot effort, and the Board agreed to this as long as the prisoners would be working in Lake County.
Chairman Hoskinson brought to the attention of the Board a letter from the Pollution Control Department with reference to attending a meeting in Polk County.
Chairman Hoskinson presented to the Board a letter from A. Senkevich, P.E. Regional Engineer for Central Region of the State Department of Air and Water Pollution Control requesting the Board to submit an overall pollution abatement plan for Pollution Control’s approval on or before Sept. 30, 1971 and that such abatement plan should include a definite implementation schedule. The Clerk was instructed by the Board to write a letter to Mr. Senkevich informing him that the Pollution Control Department and the Planning & Zoning Director were working on a plan and that Mr. Senkevich could be on the Agenda for the September 21 meeting if he so desires.
Attorney Ford informed the Board that he and Phil Edwards had attended a meeting in Orlando on pollution control, at which meeting the Proctor and Gamble Company stated that it needed time to eliminate the phosphorous from their soap products and that the Company made a firm commitment that it would do this.
Bryan Daigneau of 1000 Griffin Road, Leesburg, appeared before the Board, stating that he disapproved of the Ordinance per se with reference to controlling rock festivals, which ordinance will come up for a public hearing on September 21. He stated that it tends to ban and annihilate festivals entirely. He also stated that the Ordinance gives the County too much power; this it has implications he does not feel are right; that the news media has brainwashed the public as far as rock festivals are concerned; and that the minimum age stipulation of eighteen should be eliminated. Chairman Hoskinson suggested to Mr. Daigneau that he put his objections into writing for the Board’s consideration at the public hearing on September 21.
outdoor recreational facilities
Chairman Hoskinson spoke to the Board about control of some of our open spaces and recreational areas and about going on a program to buy up some of these spaces and areas. He suggested that a Committee be appointed to see if there is enough interest and feasibility in such a project for it to be put on a referendum for a bond issue to purchase some lands. He also said that there are federal funds available to give the County fifty percent of the money necessary for this. He wants to appoint a committee representing all of the areas in the county, about fifteen (15) people, and have them come back with a report in about 90 days on the feasibility of going ahead with such a program, on the presumption that it would be advisable to try for a Special Election preferably, so it would not be confused with anything else. The Board instructed Chairman Hoskinson to go ahead with this idea.
county judge – juvenile division
Judge Milton appeared before the Board with reference to the Youth Services Complex. He suggested that since the Merit Board met at 2:00 this afternoon, and Robert Stroud, Charles Davolie and Sam Hill, all with the Division of Youth Services, would be at that meeting, that it would be nice to invite these men to the Board meeting, so that the Board could ask them any questions that they wished about the Youth Services Complex.
Later in the day, Robert Stroud, Federal Consultant; Charles Davolie, Coordinator of Youth Services; and Sam Hill, regional Director for the Bureau of Field Services, Division of Youth Services, appeared before the Board and explained all about the functions of the Youth Services Complex and answered the various questions of the Board Members.
Mr. Watkins informed the Board that since time had been of the essence, Chairman Hoskinson had authorized him to contact department heads to see what they needed in the way of employees in connection with the Emergency Employment Assistance Act to provide local government assistance. He stated that there is $464,900 remaining to be distributed among Lake County and 42 other counties. On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried, this action by the Chairman and Planning Director was approved.
Ed Zagar of the Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission requested permission of the Board to go into the Lake County end of Lake Apopka in order to do some seining in accordance with the Seining Program. The Board granted his request.
Chairman Hoskinson brought to the attention of the Board a communication from the State Dept. of Community Affairs requesting that he and the County Welfare Officer attend a meeting in Tallahassee tentatively planned for Sept. 29, 1971 to try to establish more effective lines of communication between the State and County governments in matters related to rural problems, particularly those associated with agriculture and its labor force. On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried, the Chairman and County Welfare Officer were authorized to attend the meeting if necessary.
The Clerk of the Board was instructed by the Board to write to the Governor informing him of the expiration of the terms of four members of the Lake County Board of Zoning Appeals and the imminent expiration of the term of the fifth member and requesting the Governor to appoint a new Board of Zoning Appeals.
roads – state
On a motion by Commr. VanAuken, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried, a Resolution was adopted by the Board requesting the Department of Transportation to research and install if possible the necessary traffic regulation signs at each end of Paisley on State Road 42.
Chairman Hoskinson presented to the Board communications from the Department of Transportation with reference to traffic regulations changes on SR 500 east of Leesburg from MP 6.736 to MP 7.330 to include the entrance to Mark Mobile Park and on SR 48 in Yalaha from MP 10.762 to MP 12.320.
recess and reassembly
The meeting recessed at 12:00 noon and reconvened at 1:30 p.m. to take up the remaining items of business.
On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried, the Board approved the hiring of C. W. McCauslin to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Brett Strickland of the Planning & Zoning Department.
Due to the fact that Commr. Deems’ presence was required at a Merit Board meeting, he left the meeting at this time but returned at the same time that representatives from the Youth Services Complex appeared before the Board.
county employees (cont’d)
On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried, the Board instructed the Attorney to prepare a properly worded Resolution to Mr. Royce Williams commending him for his services to the County.
On a motion by Commr. Deems (being present at this time), seconded by Commr. Carson and carried, the Board authorized the employment of Nick Minikoff as Administrator of the Juvenile Court at a salary of $9,000 beginning October 1 and authorized the employment of a secretary for the Juvenile Court at a salary of $4,200.
planning and zoning
It now being the time advertised to hold a public hearing on CUP 304-3, Mr. Fred Green of Gee & Jenson Company and Engineer for the contemplated project in CUP #304-3 and Mr. Clayton Weir, Attorney, appeared before the Board. On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried, the Board granted CUP #304-3 for a tentative development plan titled Lake Louisa Properties and approved a five-year period within which the conditions of the Permit must be met.
At this time, Delos Kane of the Lake Improvement Association and Ed Zagar of the Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission appeared before the Board with reference to curtailing the activities of the commercial fishermen for the period of 9:00 a.m. each day until sunset. There will be a hearing for consideration of this matter on Oct. 5 at 11:00 a.m. The Clerk was instructed by the Board to write a letter to Mr. Rigdon and Mr. Van Hoose telling them of the action of the Board.
On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried, the Board reappointed Ralph Roane, Dennis Holcomb and Joe Hill to serve as members of the Pollution Control Board until August 31, 1972.
resolutions not classified elsewhere
On a motion by Commr. VanAuken, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried, the Board adopted a Resolution that all government departments be encouraged to use recycled paper wherever possible and that a copy of said Resolution be forwarded to the Governor of the State of Florida and to all government departments.
On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. VanAuken and unanimously carried, Attorney Ford was instructed to prepare a properly worded Resolution to Mr. Watkins, complimenting him on his selection by the Jaycees as one of the Outstanding Young Men of America.
florida public service commission
On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried, the Board directed the Secretary to write a letter to the members of the Florida Public Service Commission stating that the Board objected to the reopening of the case of Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Company’s application for authority to dualize the operation of its Station Agencies at Clermont and Groveland.
There was brought to the attention of the Board by the Clerk an Order from the Florida Public Service Commission denying the Petition for Reconsideration of Application of Central Truck Lines, Inc. to substitute a call station or free direct line telephone service for its terminals at Ocala, Leesburg, Cocoa and West Palm Beach, Florida.
roads – subdivisions
The Board instructed the Clerk to write a letter to Mr. Kinney of Mount Dora finding out what amount of money they need to complete work on the Sylvan Point Drive road and ditch improvement and informing them that upon the advice of the Attorney for the Board, it will be possible for the Board to pay for having the work done on the project, but that it cannot refund the money to an individual.
On the recommendation of the County Engineer and on a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. VanAuken and carried, the Board approved the paving by the County of the subdivision streets in the East Lake Harris Subdivision on a participation basis of one-third to be paid by the County and two-thirds to be paid by East Lake Harris Shore Civic Association and agreed to accept said streets into the County maintenance system. With their request, the East Lake Harris Shores Civic Association submitted their two-thirds share in the amount of $13,317.33. The County’s share of said project is $6,658.67.
On the recommendation of the County Engineer and on a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried, the Board authorized the County Engineer to provide approximately ten loads of sand fill for the dedicated parks in the Sun Eden Parks Subdivision, with the property owners in said subdivision to spread and level the sand.
Attorney Ford was instructed to redraft the Resolution pertaining to compliance with Florida Statute 951.04 by preparing a mimeographed form which includes the terms of the Statute and notifies the prisoners that they may obtain the funds as outlined in the Statute and to notify the Sheriff that he must comply with this Statute.
On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried, the Board accepted the offer of Noel E. Griffin, Jr. to purchase a Caterpillar Pull Grader S.N. 2 J 530, Property #1079, for $100 and a Gladhill Road Drag S.N. G. C. 1688 H. Property #1083 for $15.
Mr. Harpster brought to the attention of the Board a request from Louis Meucci for permission to dig approximately 25 C.Y. from a County clay pit to improve a prescriptive road north of 1-6903, Lady Lake area. The Board refused permission.
right of way easements
Mr. Harpster brought to the attention of the Board a request from a Mr. Ruegsegger for the County to install pipe furnished by him to close the ditch at Haines Creek Lock and Dam at an estimated cost to the County for labor and equipment rental of $200. Mr. Harpster recommended approval of this request, and the Board approved the same, subject to negotiation for a Drainage Easement and notification to Mr. E. T. Hall, Surveyor.
On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried, the Board authorized the Clerk to advertise for sale Lot 4, Block 1, West Addition to Bloomfield Subdivision in the Yalaha area, since the County has no foreseeable use for the property and that sealed bids on said property will be opened on October 19, 1971 at 10:00 a.m. The Clerk was instructed to write to Mr. W. R. Stacey informing him of this action, since he had made a request to the Board to sell him the property.
On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried, the County Engineer was authorized to advertise for bids on the following items:
1. Road & Bridge
a. 3 each – towed mowers
b. 1 each – concrete saw
a. 2 each mobile radios
b. 1 each pickup
3. Construction Trust Fund
a. 1 each 3 c.y. articulated loader
b. 1 each 5/8 c.y. dragline with trade-in
c. 2 each 4 c.y. dump trucks
The County Engineer brought to the attention of the Board a proposal from C. B. Joyner & Associates to survey, tabulate equipment and make recommendations on the Lake County Building air conditioning systems, including all data necessary for an estimated $900. The Board instructed Mr. Harpster to contact Mr. Joyner and have him come before the Board on September 21 with reference to this proposal.
On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. VanAuken and carried, the Mosquito Control Department was authorized to advertise for a dump truck.
suits affecting county
Attorney Ford notified the Board that suit has been filed against the Yeager Trucking Company located on SR 19A between Eustis and Mount Dora for violation of Zoning Rules and Regulations.
A notice was read by the Clerk that a public hearing will be held at 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, October 12, 1971 in the Circuit Courtroom on the fourth floor of the Courthouse before the Florida Public Service Commission with reference to application of the OEO for a common motor carrier certificate.
The Clerk read a letter from the Comptroller in which he approved the Budget as to form for the fiscal year of October 1, 1971 ending September 30, 1972, which Budget is hereby filed and made a part of these Minutes. See Pg. 70.
bonds – county
The Clerk read a letter from the First State Bank and Trust Company of Eustis, with reference to the Lake County Capital Improvement Certificates of Indebtedness dated February 1, 1971, due 2-1-72/2001. The letter stated that it was their understanding that the Board will have the full responsibility for the maintenance of the sinking fund and necessary investments to comply with the Resolution adopted by the Board on December 14, 1970 pertaining to the pledging of Lake County’s Race Track Funds.
a. Survey report of County Engineer for August, 1971.
b. Lake County MVI Certificate Distribution Report 6/1/70 through 5/31/71.
c. Road Construction report from 8/1/71 to 8/31/71.
d. MVI report for August, 1971.
Memorandum from the Department of Administration with reference to Intergovernmental Personnel Act of 1970 was brought to the attention of the Board by Chairman Hoskinson. The Memorandum was referred to Mr. Watkins.
Letter of thanks from the City of Mount Dora with reference to the rehabilitation of Lake Franklin Drive and improvement and resurfacing of SR 46.
Letter from the City of Mount Dora directed to Phil Yoder, thanking the Mosquito Control Department for the promptness and efficiency with which the Department cleaned a drainage ditch in the Northeast Section of Mount Dora.
Letter from John J. O’Rourke, Director of Student Placement of Florid Technological University in Orlando, with reference to staffing problems.
Sheriff McCall appeared before the Board to present a requisition and to request transfer of $8,000 from the Contingency Fund to purchase equipment. On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried, the Sheriff’s requisition for $42,094.24 was approved. On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried, the Board approved transfer of the $8,000 from the Sheriff’s Contingency Funds for the purchase of equipment.
On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried, travel expenses were authorized for the Matron and Superintendent of the Juvenile Shelter to attend the Florida Child Group Care Association Meeting in Miami each on September 15-17.
On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. VanAuken and carried, the Board authorized payment to Mr. and Mrs. John Boyd, Superintendent and Matron of the Juvenile Shelter of two weeks’ pay in lieu of vacation, since they worked during their vacation time.
On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried, the Director of Planning, Mr. Watkins, was authorized to purchase a Bell & Howell portable overhead projector for $139.
On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried, the Board authorized Chairman Hoskinson to see to the purchase and installation of carpeting in the Office of Judge Mills’ Secretary in a sum not to exceed $200.
On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. VanAuken and carried, the Board authorized the Acting Director of Lake County Mosquito Control to purchase the following items:
One 100 watt Mobile unit, less extender, less installation for $890 from Motorola Comm.
One Office radio from Lake Communication Service for $300.
One Ice Machine from Crane Refrigerator for $646.98.
27 pcs. Of 10 ft. prime rib roofing for a shed extension over the chemical and oil storage area for $100.70 from Scotty’s Home Builders;
and with Mr. Watkins to ascertain what if any the Civil Defense participation would be in the cost of the Mobile unit and office radio.
On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried, the following travel expenses were authorized:
Frank E. Woodson, Supervisor, MVI, to Annual Florida Association of County MVI & Highway Safety Directors Conference in Ft. Lauderdale September 16-18 in the amount of $100.
Fred Harpster, County Engineer, to American Society of Civil Engineers Annual Conference, September 23-25 in Tallahassee in the amount of $110.
On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried, the Board authorized the Road & Bridge Department to purchase the following items:
1. Fiberglass tank to use with existing sprayer for weed control around signs, guard rails and culverts. Estimated cost is $190.
2. “Bahia” Gravely heavy duty mower for use by labor crew; sole source item, 10 HP engine, dual tires, 30” cut. Estimated cost $700.
The County Engineer stated that he had quotations on the following items:
a. 1 each blue printer with trade-in.
b. 1 each level-transit
and was instructed to purchase same.
There being no further business to bring before the Board, the meeting was adjourned at 7:00 p.m.