MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
december 5, 1972
The Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, Florida, convened in regular session in the Commissioners’ Room, Courthouse, Tavares, Florida, on Tuesday, December 5, 1972, at 9:00 o’clock a.m. with the following members present: Thomas J. Windram, Chairman; James R. Carson, Jr.; C. A. Deems; J. M. Hoskinson; and Glenn H. Burhans. Others present were: Christopher C. Ford, County Attorney; Fred M. Harpster, County Engineer; Joseph Flynn, County Planner; Frank E. Owens, Clerk of Circuit Court; and Norma H. Coven, Deputy Clerk.
The Chairman called the meeting to order and the invocation was given by Commr. Hoskinson. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the minutes of the meeting of May 16, 1972, were approved as submitted.
On motion of Commr. Hoskinson, seconded by Commr. Carson and unanimously carried, the minutes of the meeting of May 23, 1972, were approved as corrected.
On motion of Commr. Hoskinson, seconded by Commr. Carson and unanimously carried, the minutes of the meeting of November 2, 1972, were approved as corrected.
On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the minutes of the meeting of November 7, 1972, were approved as corrected.
oklawaha river basin improvement council
Commr. Carson moved that Lake County join the Oklawaha River Basin Improvement Council and the Chairman and Clerk be authorized to sign the agreement. Motion was seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried.
The Chairman read letter received from the State of Florida Department of Pollution Control which stated that an application fee of $20.00 per application is required to construct, operate, maintain, expand or modify a source of pollution in the State of Florida. The letter was referred to Mr. Edwards, Lake County Pollution Control Office.
schools – misc.
Commr. Deems presented a request from Groveland High School requesting 650 cubic yards of clay to hard-top playing areas for basketball, volleyball and tennis to be used in their athletic programs. On motion of Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and unanimously carried, the Board approved delivery of 650 cubic yards of clay and asked that an information copy of this letter be sent to the Board of Public Instruction.
Commr. Carson apprised the Board of a meeting which was held on December 4, 1972, with Environmental Design Group representatives and County representatives to discuss the Courthouse Complex Study. He stated that the Environmental Design Group proposed a contract with Lake County in the amount of $14,000.00 to conduct this study. On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the Board approved entering into a study contract with Lake County in the amount of $14,000.00 to conduct this study. On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the Board approved entering into a study contract with Environmental Design Group in maximum amount of $14,000.00; the contract to be approved as to form by the County Attorney.
laws and legislature
Commr. Carson presented correspondence from Computer Election Systems concerning passage of permissive enabling legislation to allow punch card voting systems to be used in the State of Florida. A Resolution was attached supporting punch card legislation. On advice of the County Attorney and on motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the Board directed the Attorney to prepare a proposed special and general bill to come before the legislature for computerized or mechanized absentee balloting, and approved the adoption of a Resolution encouraging legislators to consider same.
opinions – Legal
Commr. Carson presented an opinion from the Attorney General as to the following:
“May the County enter into a contract, after competitive bidding, with a dealer in which a member of the County Commission owns an interest of less than ten percent?”
The opinion of the Attorney General is as follows:
“In counties of less than 100,000 population, the County Commissioners may purchase goods, upon competitive bidding, from a firm in which a County Commissioner has less than ten percent interest; however, the interested County Commissioner should abstain from voting upon the matter.”
On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and unanimously carried, the Board authorized the Chairman and Clerk to sign amended budget for year ending September 30, 1972.
It now being the time advertised to open bids for one 1973 sedan for the Road Superintendent, the Chairman directed the Clerk to open and tabulate the bids; whereupon the following bids were received:
Cecil Clark Chevrolet
30-45 day delivery
Eustis Dodge, Inc.
45-65 day delivery
Kreigsman Rambler Co.
5 weeks delivery
(Will provide immediate delivery on sedan with 360 cu in engine for $3,377.35)
6-8 weeks delivery
Plaza Lincoln Mercury
4 weeks delivery
15 days delivery
D. C. Waters Ford
30-60 days delivery
On motion of Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and unanimously carried, the bids for the sedan were referred to the County Engineer.
Mr. Owens, Clerk of the Circuit Court, appeared before the Board. The following is a transcript of the recorded proceedings:
TAKEN FROM DECEMBER 5, 1972, BCC MEETING:
“I want the record today to reflect that last fall or last summer when you were working on our budget, that I informed you that our permanent records on the spools, that the splicing was not holding, and I got quotations as to the cost of the necessary machinery to correct that. I doubt seriously whether we could have corrected that in the time that we had left in this year – I imagine it would have gone into the next year quite awhile. While I don’t think this is any great danger at present, it should be corrected as soon as possible. You finally consented to put in the budget, the necessary amount to buy the equipment that we felt we needed for this, and I told you that I was not buying new equipment, realizing that I was going out of office, but that this was necessary. We advertised for bids, we received one bid and no others and consequently you gentlemen turned down the bid. In other words, you did not accept the bid. I discussed the matter with the Assistant State Auditor, and he informed me that where you advertise, it is not necessary to mail out specifications to anyone else. In this particular case, I knew of nobody that had the kind of equipment that we had been studying and wishing to purchase – When the time came to more modernize the microfilm business in our department. I would like to call to your attention, the fact that a similar circumstance appeared in 1970. The Tax Assessor and Collector came before you and they needed a piece of machinery and you informed them and they told you that they ordered this machinery, -- that it was in the process of being built and you advised them to draw the specifications and be sure that the specifications would keep any other bidder from obtaining that bid. The bill reflects that.
“I don’t recall that.
“Alright, I will show you that the bill of sale that reflects that, as that was one thinking – I believe it was Paul Reid said that they would draw the specifications. It shows the customer’s purchase order was dated July 10, 1970, and your invoice was 8-28-70. The advertisement for bidders – (The Clerk read the advertisement – bids to be opened on Tuesday, September 8, 1970, at A.M. for purchase of one new electric graphotype machine.)
“If I remember correctly, the only reason the Tax Assessor and Tax Collector even brought that to our attention – it wasn’t even necessary by law – they can buy this out of their fees – it is only a courtesy. Is that not right?
“No., if they are going to buy it out of their fees, it will have to come to you, and anyway your furnishing the money. If you base that on my principle I’ve got – I just feel you showed a discrepancy there. I don’t know for what reason – maybe you had good grounds, but nothing I know of.
“I think it is very obvious why we did, Mr. Frank, we found this other company – the Bell and Howell man claims makes a better machine than what you found. In fact, (he addressed Mr. Deems) Have you contacted them?
“Mr. Frank, they have indicated to us that they have equipment that is comparable.
“The little time that is left . . .
“Mr. Frank, you said yourself at the start of this discussion that there wasn’t time to do anything the remainder of this year.
“Well, when I advertised for bids, if we could have got onto it, we would have had three months of the work done. It may take six months, it may take a year with the spare time that they will have to accomplish this job and it ought to be accomplished.
“Mr. Frank, I don’t know what the other commissioners’ hang-up is on this, but I don’t have a hang-up, except, I feel that we are talking about something that I did not know anything about and I feel that, before I am going to authorize anything, that we should have more than one concern telling us how good or how bad their equipment is. This has been my concern. I can’t feel like one manufacturer is the only one that can make the equipment that would do the job. I feel like, when you buy from one concern and have no other bids or information from others (the record was turned over at this time).
“Well, if you will recall, I had considerable difficulty even getting you to include it in the budget.
“I think the reason for the concern was that nobody said a word until you dropped your budget on our desk thirty days before the time for them to be in and it was all of a sudden a dire emergency. It had not even been suggested prior to that date . . .That’s why we want to know more about it.
“That’s one reason I’m bringing it to your attention now – so that if any difficulties occur in the future, it will not be my responsibility for I tried to get it. I discussed this with Jim (Watkins) and if he has anything he wants to say personally – we have investigated this machine we have contemplated purchasing and the record that it puts out has been accepted by the U. S. Bureau of Public Records, and we have seen that demonstrated -- and on any that we have seen being demonstrated, had I known there were any other machines available, I would have notified you. I knew of no other one.
“Fine, we can still look at the other one.
“That’s perfectly alright now because it is going to Jim, but I just wanted to bring to your attention that in one case you did, when the order had already been placed for a machine you advertised . .
“There is something else you can put into the record. I don’t ever recall anybody on this Board giving instructions to anyone to advertise to prevent somebody else from being in on it.
“I want to get it cleared up for you, for the press, for anybody else that’s here. You just made a statement that I do not like one bit and the fact is that you can advertise in the paper where nobody will see it. This Board has never adopted that tactic and it never will as long as I sit on it. Not as far as I personally am concerned. We not only advertise in the newspapers, which satisfies all the requirements of the law, we write to any known manufacturer and every known local dealer of a manufacturer of that particular product, in order to get competitive bids, and I know certainly nobody on this Board has ever tried to cut any bidders on any basis.
“Jim, I do not accuse you of doing that, but in this instance you did not receive another bid, and there are a lot of agencies that sell the machine that Paul and them have.
“I am not talking about 1970. We are talking about the case today. There is another company that makes comparable machinery. I am not sure but what there might not be more; but we know of one more that makes this same machinery, and I think that when we talk of spending this kind of money, every possible manufacturer and every possible supplier should know about it and have an opportunity to bid.
“Well, I am sure that it was not my intention to eliminate anyone. I know of no more that operate – because the equipment has been shown at several of our State Association Clerks’ Meeting, . . . this was the only one known that I knew of with this type of equipment and one that had received commendation from the federal bureau who has been using it for years. Consequently, that is where I got my price the first time to include in the budget. I realize time is too late to be buying anything now – cause I couldn’t even get the machine here, so it will be up to Jim to do what he thinks best and, if he has anything he would like to say – He went through our equipment in there – we showed it to him – we have one piece of equipment we have had to patch up to keep going and it should be renewed.
“You can rest assured that when we look at these machines, whatever we need to do the job we will see to it that we budget the money and we will see to it that the Clerk will have the tools to do the job with. Is there anything else Mr. Owens? You can rest assured that when we look at these machines, whatever we need to do the job we will see to it that we budget the money and we will see to it that the Clerk will have the tools to do the job with. Is there anything else Mr. Owens?”
Chairman Windram apprised the Board of the meeting held at Winter Park on November 28, 1972, concerning aquatic weed control in Florida. At this meeting, Congressman Lou Frey stated that he will work with any agency on this aquatic control after all activities are coordinated. The Chairman announced that there will be another meeting in Tallahassee on February 9, 1973, to coordinate the activities and possibly place them under one agency.
Chairman Windram presented a letter from M. O. E. Frye, Jr., Director of Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission addressed to the Director of Lake Improvement Association of Lake County regarding Fish Restocking Program. On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the Board directed the County Attorney to investigate the necessary steps to eliminate the requirement that the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission has to concur in the expenditure of the $1.00 license fee collected.
Commr. Hoskinson presented an application for a grant from South Lake Memorial Hospital in Clermont, Florida, requesting federal funds through Florida Highway Safety Project Grant to aid in the purchase of an ambulance. The grant request was referred to the County Planning Director, Mr. Joseph Flynn.
On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the Board of County Commissioners’ Meeting, scheduled on January 16, 1973, was changed to January 18, 1973, so it does not conflict with the school for Commissioners on Legislation in Tallahassee on January 15 & 16, 1973.
The Board discussed the proposed amendment to Department Rule 17-6, Florida Administrative Code, concerning wastewater treatment plants which proposes minimum of 100,000 gallon per day design flow capacity. The State Pollution Control Meeting on package sewerage plants is scheduled to be held on December 6, 1972. On recommendation of the County Attorney, the Board directed the Attorney to send the State Pollution Control Board a telegram today opposing the 100,000 gallon a day design capacity as such a rule could cause economic disaster in Lake County.
On motion of Commr. Burhans, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the Board approved the appointment of Blanche Etheredge and Edward Weaver to serve on the Planning and Zoning Commission.
Commr. Burhans presented request from resident on Fort Mason Drive which requested that his road be maintained by the County. The County Engineer reported that there is no right of way on this road and Fort Mason Drive is not included in the County Maintenance System. The County Attorney stated that the resident has two alternatives. He can obtain the necessary right of way or can undergo a lawsuit declaring the road to be a prescriptive road. The request was referred to the County Engineer.
It now being the time advertised to consider a proposed Ordinance relating to the Lake County Law Library, Commr. Carson moved that the Ordinance be placed on third and final reading by title only; said title being as follows:
AN ORDINANCE providing for the establishment and maintenance of a law library in the courthouse of Lake County, Florida; providing for a Board of Trustees to establish, equip, furnish, maintain and operate a law library; providing for a librarian, assistant librarian and personnel, and fixing their salaries or compensation; providing for the manner of raising funds and expenditure of such funds for a law library; authorizing said Board of Trustees to make and enforce rules and regulations as to said library; declaring the law library to be for county purposes; authorized the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County to authorize and appropriate other available funds to the Board of Trustees for a law library; providing for the Clerk of Circuit Court to keep records of all meetings of the Board of Trustees, and to receive and disburse the funds of the library, and for the Board of Trustees to annually submit a Budget to the Board of County Commissioners for Lake County, and providing an effective date.
The motion was seconded by Commr. Deems and unanimously carried.
On motion of Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson, and unanimously carried, the Ordinance was approved for adoption on the third and final reading by title only.
community services complex
Mr. Robert Stroud, Youth Services Bureau, presented to the Board a grant application to the Governor’s Council on Criminal Justice, requesting a federal grant for Lake County Community Services System plus a Resolution concerning same. Lake County is requesting a federal grant under the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration in the amount of $25,082.00; County share $3,000.00, and local in-kind services $11,664.00. On motion of Commr. Deems, and unanimously carried, the Board approved submission of the grant application and approved adoption of the Resolution.
Mr. Stroud presented a letter to the Board addressed to the Federal Grants Administrator on Governor’s Council on Criminal Justice requesting budget adjustments and extension of grant period through January 31, 1973, for Lake County Youth Services Complex. Mr. Stroud stated that he has sufficient funds to continue until end of January. On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the Board approved the budget adjustments and extension provided the request is granted by the Governor’s Council on Criminal Justice that project be extended through January 31, 1973.
Mr. James Watkins, newly elected Clerk of the Circuit Court, requested appointment to come before the Board on December 12, 1972, to apprise the Commissioners of information received at the meeting of State Association of County Clerks.
recess and reassembly
The meeting recessed for lunch at 11:50 o’clock A.M. and reconvened at 1:30 o’clock P.M. to take up the remaining items of business.
roads – subdivisions
Mr. J. M. Smith appeared before the Board requesting opening of Arlington Avenue in Lady Lake. Commr. Carson explained to Mr. Smith the Board policy regarding road development in old recorded subdivisions. The request was referred to the County Engineer to research whether the road right of way has been deeded to the County.
Mr. Neal Huebsch, Eustis City Attorney, appeared before the Board asking the Board to consider passing a Resolution in support of transition of Eustis Municipal Court to State System per Chapter 72,404, Florida Statutes. He proposed Resolution stating that Lake County does not have adequate facilities to provide courtroom and related functions for said Court but does agree that those to be supplied by the City of Eustis are adequate to comply with local rule promulgated by the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court to implement compliance with said Article V and Chapter 72-404.
It was the opinion of the County Attorney that the Board should go on record opposing the transition of Eustis Municipal Court to State System at this time. The County Attorney suggests that the City of Eustis wait to give everyone involved time to adjust to implementation of Article before making any changes. Chairman Windram requested that the Eustis City Attorney research what is to be involved in this transition, obtain necessary approval from all parties involved and then come back before the Board with this request.
Judge W. Troy Hall, Jr. appeared before the Board regarding required space changes within the Circuit Court when Article V takes effect in January 1973. Chairman Windram will discuss this situation with Judge John Booth, Chief Circuit Judge.
planning and zoning
Mr. Joseph E. Flynn, Director of Planning Department, presented organizational chart of the Planning Department.
salaries and wages
Mr. Flynn, Planning Director, presented request to the Board that Mr. Howard Partelow be raised in salary to $5,000.00 per annum effective December 1, 1972. The request was referred to Commr. Hoskinson to make recommendation to the Board on December 12, 1972.
bonds – misc.
On motion of Commr. Hoskinson, seconded by Commr. Deems and unanimously carried Public Official Bond was approved for Emogene Stegall, Supervisor of Elections.
oklawaha basin water conservation & CONTROL authority
Commr. Carson moved that the Water Authority be authorized the use of a County dump truck and driver to haul some rock from construction of SR 25 in Leesburg to a structure site on the Palatlakaha River. The motion was seconded by Commr. Deems, and unanimously carried.
bonds – misc.
Bonds for carrying firearms were approved on motion of Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and unanimously carried for the following:
A. S. Clark
Robert A. Gnann
Armando M. Valdes
Edwin Budge Mead
James L. Yates III
Donald St. John
James C. White
Contractors’ Bonds for Certificates of Competency were approved on motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and unanimously carried for the following:
#119 - John O. Smith (Masonry)
#951 - Fred E. Carroll (Specialty)
#952 - William J. Blackburn (Carpenter)
#954 - Eric M. Bloch dba Florida Glass & Mirror of Orlando
#955 - Clark G. West (Roofing)
#957 - Don C. Peters
#22 - L. A. Young
#631 - Charles G. Hall
#956 - Norman Swartz
Mr. Owens, Clerk, presented recommendation from Florida Department of Commerce, Division of Labor, Industrial Safety Division, regarding storage of gasoline to the District No. 2 Barn. Correspondence was referred to the County Engineer.
The Clerk read letter received from member of the Executive Board of the Florida Synod of the Lutheran Church in America in North Shore Drive Estates Subdivision requesting zoning information. The letter was referred to the Planning & Zoning Department.
The Clerk read request from the City of Leesburg requesting that all applications for changes in zoning, CUPs, PUDs, variances and building permits within the utilities service area of the City of Leesburg be forwarded to the City Manager. The request was forwarded to the Planning Director for his recommendations.
On motion of Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and unanimously carried, the Board approved the Certificate of Error and Correction on the 1972 Tax Roll, numbered 1 through 72.
On motion of Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and unanimously carried, the Board approved the Certificate of Board of Tax Adjustment on Real Property and Tangible Personal Property.
Report from Lake County Sheriff, Frank F. Meech, regarding inspection of the Lake County Jail made by the County Health Department was read and filed.
accounts – disallowed
The Clerk presented request from the Lake County Sheriff for payment of hospital bill, in the amount of $458.50, for county prisoner who took overdose of pain pills. The Board directed the Clerk to return the bill to the Sheriff and inform him to pay this bill from his budgeted funds, if the funds are available. A copy of the letter was forwarded to Dr. Bradley, County Health Director.
licenses and permits
On motion of Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and unanimously carried, the following permits, filed by the County Engineer, were approved:
#406 To Florida Telephone Corp. to construct and maintain aerial wire along Dist Road 3-0539, located between Clermont and the Polk County Line in Lake County, Florida.
#339 To Florida Telephone Corp. to construct and maintain buried cable along Dist Road 1-6916 located between Dist Road 1-7115 and Bertsville Trailer Park in Lake County, Florida.
#340 To Florida Telephone Corp. to construct and maintain buried cable along Dist Road 1-7016 located between Dist. Road 1-7115 and Bertsville Trailer Park in Lake County, Florida.
#341 To Florida Telephone Corp. to construct and maintain buried cable along Dist Road 1-7115 located between Lady Lake and Dist. Road 1-7114 in Lake County, Florida.
#342 To Florida Telephone Corp. to construct and maintain buried cable along Dist. Road 1-7116 located between Dist. Road 1-7115 and Bertsville Trailer Park in Lake County, Florida.
#343 To Florida Telephone Corp. to construct and maintain buried cable along Dist. Road 1-7114 located between Lady Lake and Bertsville Trailer Park in Lake County, Florida.
#394 To Florida Telephone Corp. to construct and maintain buried cable paralleling and crossing Dist. Road 2-119 located between County Road S-565 and SR 19 in Lake County, Florida.
#395 To Florida Telephone Corp. to construct and maintain buried cable along County Road S-565 located between SR 27 and SR 50.
#404 To Florida Telephone Corp. to construct and maintain buried cable along Dist. Road 1-7504 in Lady Lake, Florida.
The following Driveway Permits were approved:
Mr. L. B. Hamric, Box 832, Leesburg, Florida
Mr. James B. Worley, 7441 South Silver Lake Drive, Leesburg, Fla.
Mr. Freddie W. Carlock, Rt #1, Box 39E, Tavares, Fla.
Mr. W. C. Holton, Umatilla, Fla.
Frank Corliss, POB 965, Leesburg, Florida (#5L-72-80 through 5L-72-85)
Utility Permit for Sumter Electric Coop., Inc. to construct, operate and maintain power distribution line.
Utility Permit for Florida Coop. Meeting Association of the Church of God (Camp Moom)
Mr. Owens, Clerk, read letter from State of Florida, Commission on Local Government, regarding Chapter 72-74, Laws of Florida, which established Commission of Local Government for the State of Florida. The letter was referred to the County Attorney.
The County Attorney presented letter received from the State Assoc. of County Commissioners which stated that the Corporate Profit Tax is going to have an estimated 280 million dollar surplus this year and they hope to get legislature to help in the funding for capital improvements and administrative costs necessitated by implementation of Article V. A questionnaire was attached asking for estimates of capital improvements and administrative costs, for Lake County. The County Attorney will complete the questionnaire asking for $2,800,000.00 for capital improvements and $115,000.00 for administrative costs.
licenses and permits
On motion of Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the Board directed the Deputy Clerk to send letter to the Public Service Commission asking them to reconsider Tamiami Trailways’ application for permit to operate in the Central Florida area.
On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the Board approved payment to the Clerks and inspectors who worked at the polls in the second primary and general election in the amount of $12,770.70.
On motion of Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and unanimously carried, the Board approved travel expenses for the Attorney to attend the school on legislation in Tallahassee on January 5 and 16, 1973.
On motion of Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and unanimously carried, the Board approved travel for Sam Mazzotta, Community Planning Assistant, to attend public hearing in Tallahassee concerning regional planning district boundaries on December 7, 1972. The City of Leesburg requested that he attend and will bear the expenses involved per planning agreement with the City.
On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the Board approved payment of $875.00 in salary to Ken Rast, newly appointed Assistant State Attorney for the month of December from Acct. #2332102 Fine and Forfeiture Fund. His appointment commences January 1, 1973, but State Attorney, Gordon G. Oldham, Jr. requested that he start on December 1, 1972, so that the turnover the first of January will be efficiently made and Mr. Rast might understand the criminal intake, pending cases, procedures of dispositions and other necessary background prior to this time.
On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the Board approved payment to National Association of Counties $441.00 for membership fee for year ending November 30, 1973.
The Board approved payment to Town and Country Furniture, Inc. $340.00 for additional carpet in Judge Aulls’ Office, on motion of Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and unanimously carried.
Report of Appraisal of Property located in Section 28, Township 21S, Range 26E, Lake County, received from Lee Howard, was accepted on motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and unanimously carried.
funds – transfers
On motion of Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Hoskinson and unanimously carried, the following transfers were approved:
Fine & Forfeiture Fund – From Acct #2332205 $1,375.00 to Acct #2332102; $665.00 to Acct #2332328; $665.00 to Acct # 2332335; and $630.00 to Acct. #2332402
There being no further business to bring before the Board, the meeting was adjourned at 4:15 p.m.