A REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

MAY 19, 1981

The Lake County Board of County Commissioners convened in Regular Session on Tuesday, May 19, 1981, at 9:00 A.M. in the Board of County Commissioners' Meeting Room, Courthouse, Tavares, Florida. Commissioners present were: Glenn C. Burhans, Chairman; Thomas J. Windram; Claude Smoak; James R. Carson, Jr.; C. A. "Lex" Deems. Others present were: James C. Watkins, Clerk; Christopher C. Ford, County Attorney; and Mary Grover.

The Invocation was given by Mr. Watkins and the Pledge of Allegiance was led by Commr. Windram.

MINUTES

On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Smoak and carried, the Board approved the Minutes of May 5, 1981, as corrected.

Commr . Carson abstained from voting because he was not present at the May 5, 1981, meeting.

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved the Minutes of May 12, 1981, as corrected.

COMMUNICATIONS/CETA

Commr . Burhans informed the Board he had received a letter from the U. S. Department of Labor stating Lake County had been designated as a prime sponsor for Fiscal Year 1982 for the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA).

ACCOUNTS ALLOWED/AGRICULTURE CENTER

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved for two (2) 4-H members and one adult leader to attend the 1981 Citizenship-Washington Focus, in Washington, D. C. June 13-20, 1981 at a total cost of $435.25.

AGRICULTURE CENTER/BUILDING COMMITTEE

The Board referred the letter from Dr. Kelly, Director, Agriculture Center, which requested hand rails and a wheel chair ramp be placed at the entrance of the Ag. Center, to the Building Committee.

COMMUNICATIONS

Commr . Deems stated he had received several letters from people who live in Mobile Home Parks. He stated he had met with 5 or 6 people and felt that the main concern was not the increase in rent as much as the decrease in services. He further stated another meeting was scheduled for the latter part of June.

COMMUNICATIONS

Mr. C. E. Heppberger, President, Lake Improvement Association, Inc. addressed the Board to discuss a newspaper clipping from the Leesburg Commercial regarding the Pete Sullen case and also the stocking of Lakes for 1981. He also discussed the bass tagging machine.

AGRICULTURE CENTER/ACCOUNTS ALLOWED

Norma Showley, Purchasing Agent, addressed the Board regarding the purchase of a new G. E. washing machine for the Agriculture Center which was approved May 12, 1981. Ms. Showley stated the State Contract price of $249.00 had expired in April and the new contract price was $300.00.

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Windram and

carried unanimously, the Board approved the transfer not to exceed $51.00 and instructed Ms. Showley, Purchasing Agent, to buy the washing machine from the best source.

BIDS/ACCOUNTS ALLOWED/POLLUTION CONTROL

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved to purchase a 1981 Ton Pickup from Cecil Clark Chevrolet, which was available on the lot, in the amount of $6,065.00, which was low quote, for the Pollution Control Department.

OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES

Mr. Willett, Development & Public Works Director, stated he had spoken with Sheriff Griffin regarding Lake Dalhousie and Sheriff Griffin had no problem enforcing the Resolution for Lake Dalhousie.

PLANNING DEPARTMENT

Mr. Jerry Sexton, Acting Planning & Zoning Coordinator,

presented the Work Program for the Lake County Planning & Zoning

Department for June 1, 1981 through December 30, 1981.

OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES/COMMUNICATIONS

Commr . Smoak informed the Board there has been a tremendous influx of people on the north side of Minneola, adjacent to Media, a mission. He requested the County place "No Swimming", "NO Parking" signs on the public right-of-way.

The Board directed Mr. Chris Ford, County Attorney, and Mike Willett, Development & Public Works Director, to draw a Resolution to post "No Swimming", "No Loitering", "No Parking", etc. signs on the public right-of-way.

COMMUNICATIONS/APPOINTMENTS

On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried unanimously, the Board appointed the following persons to the Health Services Advisory Committee.

1 . Commr . Burhans

2. Mr. Tom Honaker

3. Dr. F. C. Andrews

4. Mr. Carl Bender

5 . Mrs. Peni Hefferin

ACCOUNTS ALLOWED/PERSONNEL

On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Smoak and carried unanimously, the Board approved for Glenn Timmons, Personnel Director, to attend the Florida Public Personnel Association in St. Augustine, Florida, on July 15, 16, and 17, 1981, at an anticipated cost of $200.00.

CETA

On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Smoak and carried unanimously, the Board approved travel for the CETA staff to attend a CETA District Advisory Board Meeting in Kissimmee on Friday, May 15, 1981. All travel expenses are payable from CETA funds.

On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board approved travel for two (2) CETA staff members to attend an area workshop for the Summer Youth Program in Bushnell on May 13, 1981. All travel expenses are payable from CETA funds.

COUNTY EMPLOYEES/PLANNING DEPARTMENT

On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Smoak and carried unanimously, the Board appointed Mr. Jerry Sexton as Planning & Zoning Coordinator at a salary of $21,000.00 with six (6) month's probation.

ACCOUNTS ALLOWED/SHERIFF

On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board approved the purchase of a 3100-l Standard Four Camera and power pedestal P-l for the Sheriff's Department in the total amount of $781.05, payable from the monies received from the sale of the airplane.

LAWS & LEGISLATION

Commr . Windram informed the Board he had spoken with Sheriff Griffin regarding a Bill, introduced by Senator Langley, which involves private individuals serving subpeonas. He stated the Bill had passed in the House. He further stated the Sheriff was concerned about the loss of revenue it generated. The Board directed Chris Ford, County Attorney, to research the Bill and report back to the Board.

INSURANCE/SHERIFF

Commr . Windram stated he had received a letter addressed to Malcolm McCall, from Bayly, Martin and Fay, Inc. stating the Ground Liability coverage on the DC-6 would expire on June 4, 1981. The Board directed a copy of the letter be sent to the Sheriff's Office.

SHERIFF

Mr. Chris Ford, County Attorney, stated the Sheriff had received an offer from California who is interested in swapping 4 new special police cars plus approximately $5,000.00 for the airplane. Mr. Ford stated the airplane had already been advertised for bids three (3) times. ne stated there might be some legal question regarding the exchange of equipment but he would have to do some further research.

On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Smoak and carried unanimously, the Board authorized the County Attorney to pursue with the selling of the airplane.

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board authorized Commr. Windram to work.with the Sheriff and the Sheriff's Attorney in the sale of the airplane.

BONDS/FIRE DISTRICTS

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Smoak and carried unanimously, the Board approved Bonds for the following Fire Commissioners of the Mt. Plymouth Fire District:

Michael G. Stearman

Walton W. Rushing

Milton Hill

John D. Callen

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Smoak and carried unanimously, the Board approved payment of the Fall Term of Court, 1980, commencing as of October 6, 1980 through May 4, 1981, in the amount of $27,966.00.

ACCOUNTS ALLOWED

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved payment of warrants #15934 through #16216 for the following accounts:

General Revenue Fine & Forfeiture

Revenue Sharing County Transportation Trust

Anti-Recession Landfill

Mosquito Control Aquatic Weed

Fish Conservation Northeast Hospital

Northeast Ambulance Northwest Ambulance

Block Grant Section 8

COR Buildings Law Enforcement - Special Fund

CETA Special Assessments

INDIGENTS

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved payment of the following

Indigents:

ADD: Ella Bradford for Richard Wesley...................$50.00

ADD: Edith Rideout for James Nichols....................$45.00

CANCEL: Groveland Motel for Grady Hutton...................$50.00

CANCEL: Palms Apartments for Susan Clark...................$50.00

REPORTS

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried unanimously, the Board acknowledged receipt of the May 8, 1981 Distribution of Revenue, Traffic/Criminal Cases and the Monthly Status Report from Youth Programs, Inc., covering the period from March 30 through April 29, 1981.

FUNDS - TRANSFER

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved the following budget transfers:

CETA Title IIB

Transfer $70,655.00 from account #140-551-1-00-24-500-126, Salaries -Training to accounts #140-551-l-00-24-500-376, On the Job Payments ($69,000.00) and #140-551-l-00-24-500-556, Training Aids ($1,655.00).



Reason: Line item reclassification.

Soil Conservation

Transfer $40.00 from account #OOl-537-1-00-44-000-510, Office Supplies to account #OOl-537-l-00-44-000-540, Books, Publications and Dues.



Reason: Departmental request.

Clerk of Court

Transfer $300.00 from account #OOl-513-1-00-02-100-510, Office Supplies to account #OOl-513-1-00-02-100-640, Equipment.



Reason: Purchase of three (3) recorders for courtrooms.

Transfer $4,000.00 from account #111-516-1-00-02-300-492, Witness Fees to account #111-516-1-00-02-300-493, Fees and Costs.



Reason: To cover additional court ordered attorney fees of

indigent defendants.

Transfer $3,000.00 from account #O0l-513-l-00-02-310-462, Equipment Maintenance to account #OOl-513-1-00-02-310-510, Office Supplies.



Reason: Additional unbudgeted expenditures.

Transfer $100.00 from account #OOl-513-l-00-02-310-462, Equipment

Maintenance to account #OOl-513-1-00-02-310-540, Books, Dues &

Publications.

Reason: Overexpended.

Farmers Market

Transfer $12,500.00 from Contingency to account #O0l-574-1-00-49- 000-120, Salaries.

Reason: Additional position, Fairgrounds Manager.

Pollution Control Department

Transfer $400.00 from account #O0l-537-l-00-46-000-526, Other Operating Costs to account #OOl-537-1-00-46-000-400, Travel.



Reason: Departmental request.

Anti-Recession

Transfer $26,170.00 from account #114-511-1-00-01-010-230, Life & Health Insurance to account #114-586-1-00-01-010-851, Transfer -

Clerk of Court.

Reason: Reclassification of line item..County Attorney

Transfer $300.00 from account #001-514-1-00-04-000-400, Travel to account #OOl-514-1-00-04-000-510, Office Supplies.



Reason: Overexpended.

Board Operations

Transfer $l,OOO.OO from account #OOl-513-1-00-01-020-320, Accounting and Audit Fees to account #OOl-511-1-00-01-010-510, Office Supplies.



Reason: Additional unbudgeted expenditures.

Transfer $l,lOO.OO from account #O0l-513-1-00-01-020-450, Insurance to accounts #OOl-511-1-00-01-010-520 Operating Supplies ($600.00) and #OOl-511-1-00-01-010-400, Travel ($500.00).



Reason: Overexpended.

CETA Funds

In addition to the above departmental transfers the following CETA funds budgets are being reduced in accordance with the latest modifications:



FUND # Fund Name Current Budget Amended Budget

144 CETA Title IV $418,548.00 $162,463.00

145 CETA Title IV

Projects 204,066.OO 159,293.00

148 CETA Administration 216,122.OO 216,052.OO

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT/SUITS AFFECTING COUNTY

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board authorized the Chairman and the Clerk to sign the Satisfaction of Judgment on Ester Mackey, in the amount of $150.00 in the interest of Carl John Mackey, Juvenile Division.

BONDS

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried unanimously, the Board approved and authorized the Chairman and Board Members to sign the Bond for Phillip Conant, Member of the District Board of Trustees for Lake-Sumter Community College.

CONTRACT, LEASES, AGREEMENTS/ANIMAL CONTROL/MOSQUITO CONTROL

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried unanimously, the Board authorized the Chairman to sign two (2) lease agreements with Southeastern Propane Gas Company for gas tanks leased to Mosquito Control and Animal Shelter; no cost is involved.

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT/ACCOUNTS ALLOWED

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried unanimously, the Board approved the expenditure of $300.00.for a separate drawer for the cash register in the Child Support Division in the Clerk's Office.

PURCHASING/COMMUNICATIONS

Commr . Carson questioned the action taken May 12, 1981, authorizing Mike Willett, Development & Public Works Director, to purchase surplus property from Starke, Florida. He stated as it is stated, only Mike Willett could go to Starke to purchase the property. The Board directed Mr. Ford, County Attorney, to research the procedures and report back to the Board.

CONTRACTS, LEASES, & AGREEMENTS/CETA

The Board referred the CETA lease agreement with Mr. Dedier to Mr. Ford, County Attorney, and Commr. Windram to review. The agreement expires June, 1981.

CONTRACTS, LEASES, & AGREEMENTS/MUNICIPALITIES/FAIRGROUNDS

The Board referred the contract with the City of Eustis regarding the Fairgrounds to Commr. Windram, Mr. Watkins, and Mr. Ford, County Attorney, to review the contract. The contract expires June, 1981.

PUBLIC HEALTH - HRS/CONTRACTS, LEASES, & AGREEMENTS

Mr. Ford, County Attorney, informed the Board Commr. Deems had spoken with Mrs. Knowles, HRS, regarding the termination of their lease. He stated Mrs. Knowles made an informal offer of $lO,OOO.OO in damages. Mr. Ford recommended the Board take no official action until the end of June.

On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board authorized Commr. Deems to contact Mrs. Knowles stating the offer is unacceptable but the County would still like to settle the case on an amicable basis with the State but if litigation is needed, the County would be prepared to litigate.

LICENSES & PERMITS

Mr. Ford, County Attorney, informed the Board the Gun Permit Committee had met and discussed gun permits. The Committee consisted of Mr. Watkins, Judge Aulls, Major Allen, and Mr. Ford. Mr. Watkins stated the only action being recommended to the Board is that the waiting period be extended for 45 days. Commr . Windram stated the Sheriff was also recommending firearm training and higher fees.

On a motion by Commr. Smoak, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved, by Ordinance, to extend the waiting period for gun permits to 45 days and authorized the County Attorney to draw up an Ordinance.

INSURANCE/SHERIFF

Commr. Windram informed the Board he had received a letter from the Law Office Maher, Overchuck, Langa and Cate regarding the claim filed by Michael A. Tyer against the Lake County Sheriff's Office. The Board directed a copy of the letter be sent to the Insurance Agent.

CETA

Commr . Windram informed the Board he had received a copy of the revised grievance procedures

PUBLIC WORKS/COMMUNICATIONS

Commr . Windram stated he had a from the CETA Department. letter written to Mr. Herb Jamic, ARA Fleet Service regarding fleet maintenance service. The Board directed a letter be written to Mr. Jamic stating the Board was not interested in fleet maintenance service at this time.

RECESS & REASSEMBLY

At 11:40 A.M. the Chairman announced the Board would recess for lunch and each Commissioner would lunch individually today.

The Board reconvened at 2:00 P.M. for the Public Works Agenda.

PUBLIC WORKS AGENDA

ROAD CLOSING - 30' Easement, Altoona Subdivision of Johnson's Add.

Rev. Loveday, Altoona United Methodist Church, was present to discuss the road vacation with the Board.

It was noted the proper proof of publication was on hand and had appeared in the April 30, 1981 and May 7, 1981, editions of the Sentinel Star, Little Sentinel edition.

On a motion by Commr. Smoak, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried, the Board approved the vacation of thirty foot road easement, Altoona Subdivision of Johnson's Addition, for the Altoona United Methodist Church, as per Petition #263, described as follows:

Altoona Subdivision of Johnson's Addition, recorded

in Plat Book 1, Page 57, Lake County, Florida, petition to vacate the 30 foot road easements between lots 30 and 29 and between lots 28 and 27 in North 1/2 of Section 31, Township 17 South, Range 27 East.



Commr . Windram was not present for the vote.

ROAD CLOSING - Fifty Foot Road Right-of-Way between Section

27 and 28, Township 19 S, Range 27 E

Mr. Donald Stephens, petitioner, was present to discuss the

road closing with the Board.

It was noted the proper proof of publication was on hand and had appeared in the April 30, 1981 and May 7, 1981, editions of the Sentinel Star, Little Sentinel edition.

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved the vacation of fifty foot road right-of-way, for Donald E. Stephens, as per Petition #264, described as follows:

West 25 feet of the SW% of the SW%, Section 27, Township 19 South, Range 27 East. East 25 feet of the SE% of SE%, Section 28, Township 19 South, Range 27 East.



ROAD CLOSING - Part of 20' Right-of-Way, East of Lot 2, Block 48 Plat of Fruitland Park

No one present wished to discuss this request with the Board.

It was noted the proper proof of publication was on hand and had appeared in the April 30, 1981 and May 7, 1981, editions of the Sentinel Star, Little Sentinel edition.

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr . Windram and carried unanimously, the Board approved the vacation of part of 20' right-of-way, East of Lot 2, Block 48, Plat of Fruitland Park, for Wendell W. Smith, as per Petition #265, described as follows:

That right-of-way (assumed to be 20.0 feet wide),lying West of Lots 9, 10, 11, 12, and South of Tract "A", of Crystal Lake Heights as recorded in Plat Book 16, Page 28, Public Records of Lake County, Florida; East of Lot 2, Block 48 of the Plat of Fruitland Park, as recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 8, Public Records of Lake County, Florida; and North of County Road District #l-5306. All in Section 9, Township 19 South, Range 24 East, Lake County, Florida.



ROAD CLOSINGS - PERMISSION TO ADVERTISE

Roads and Lots in Holdings of J. M. Thomas

No one present wished to discuss this request with the Board.

On a motion by Commr. Windram, seconded by Commr. Smoak and carried unanimously, the Board approved the request to advertise the vacation of roads and lots in Holdings of J. M. Thomas by Zeb Osborne for Paul E. Raymond, as per Petition #266.

PLANNING DEPARTMENT

Mr. E. M. clay was present to request a waiver of the Subdivision Regulations.

on a motion by Commr. Smoak, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board approved the request of Elmer M. & Ozeta Clay - Emeralda Island Area - District #5 - Case #81-14, for waiver of improvement requirements and plan requirements of the Subdivision Regulations - Section 62.

PUBLIC WORKS/ESCROW

On a motion by Commr. Smoak, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board approved the release, from Beverly Estates cash maintenance escrow account, the sum of $2,350.00, plus interest.

PLATS/PUBLIC WORKS

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved King's Cove 4th Addition Subdivision Plat for recording, accepted Irrevocable Letter of Credit in the amount of $10,200.00, and accepted the following roads into the County Maintenance System and assigned the following road numbers:

Maple Leaf Drive #l-5915A

Royal Oaks Drive #l-5915B

Wild Cherry Lane #l-5915C

PUBLIC WORKS/ACCOUNTS ALLOWED

On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board approved final payment to Macasphalt, Inc., for Lakeshore Drive in Springs Bath and Yacht Club, in the amount of $5,835.00 and accepted Lakeshore Drive into the County Maintenance System and assigned it road #2-3224D.

On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board approved final payment to Macasphalt, Inc. for Project #2-81, Countywide Resurfacing, in the amount of $353,010.70. To be paid from Revenue Sharing.

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved to pay Estimate #5 on Project #22-80, Sorrento, to All American Construction Co., Inc., in the amount of $25,659.90 and authorized signatures on HUD Voucher #48 in the amount of $33,999.32 to draw down the Block Grant money to pay the above road paving bill and other rehab expenses.

DEEDS

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board accepted a drainage easement from Ted Love and Juanita G. Love, his wife, on Sunnyside Cutoff Road #l-4119.

PUBLIC WORKS

On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board approved repair of Georgia Street for Emmet Maluda at a cost of $150.00, on a one-time maintenance basis.

PUBLIC WORKS

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved a Septic Tank Pumping Agreement for Charles E. Breedlove and authorized the Chairman's signature on the Agreement.

ROADS - COUNTY, STATE

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved the release of Road Reservations from DOT as contained in the following Deed Numbers:

#1251, all but 33 feet from centerline of Ranch Road (South of Astatula)



#2201, all but 40 feet from centerline of St. Andrews Blvd. and all but 33 feet from centerline of Timuquana Drive (Mt. Plymouth near Sorrento)



# 573 and #2224, all but 33 feet from centerline of Beach Drive (East of Dona Vista)



#1455, all but 25 feet from centerline of Cove Road (West of Tavares)



BIDS/PUBLIC WORKS

On a motion by Commr. Smoak, seconded by Commr. Windram and carried unanimously, the Board awarded the bid on Project #9-81, Third Avenue and Trousdale #3-2257, to Square G. Construction CO., Inc. in the amount of $129,491.62.

BIDS/PUBLIC WORKS

On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried, the Board awarded the bid on Project #10-81, Turkey Farm Road #3-1751, to Square G. Construction Co., Inc., in the amount of $24,847.25.

Commr . Smoak abstained from voting due to a conflict of

interest.

On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board awarded the bid on Project #ll-81, C-466A, Widen and Resurface, to Leecon, Inc., in the amount of $130,633.92.

SCHOOLS/PUBLIC WORKS

On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board approved the flashing lights at the intersection of CR-468 and #2-4705 and at the intersection of CR-468 and #2-4806, at the 5th and 6th School in Leesburg subject to the School Board paying half the cost.

ORDINANCE/OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES

On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried, the Board approved, by Ordinance, to place the closing hours of sunset to sunrise on the County Park - Blount's Island.

Commr . Windram was not present for the vote.

BIDS/PUBLIC WORKS

On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board authorized the Public Works Department to advertise and seal bid for a front end loader.

PUBLIC WORKS

Mr. Ben Burton, representing residents on Emeralda Island Road, addressed the Board requesting repairs on the North, off of Emeralda Island Road.

Commr . Burhans read a petition which was submitted by Mr. Burton.

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board moved not to reconsider the action taken at the March 17, 1981, meeting.

ASSESSMENTS/PUBLIC WORKS

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved the request from residents in Picciola Highlands to have a Lien Assessment for Sidney and Frederick Streets; the loan being 12%.

PLANNING DEPARTMENT

Mr. Dan Robuck, attorney representing Mr. Folsom, and Mr. Folsom, Petitioner, were present to discuss the request for waiver of the Subdivision Regulations.

On a motion by Commr. Smoak, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board denied the request from Mr. L. M. Folsom, John's Lake Area, District #3, Case #81-13 for waiver of improvement requirements and plan requirements of the Subdivision Regulations - Section 62.

PUBLIC WORKS

Mr. Mike Willett, Development and Public Works Director, presented a recap of County funding and Revenue Sharing for road projects in each district. He then presented road construction information for each district for the Board's review.

PUBLIC WORKS

Mr. Mike Willett, Development and Public Works Director, presented the first ten pages of the Proposed Road Program for the Board's review.

BONDS - MOBILE HOME

On a motion by Commr. Carson, seconded by Commr. Deems and carried unanimously, the Board approved the request for Carmen and Laray Carnicelli - Wekiva River Area - District #4, to live in a mobile home on the same piece of property on which their conventional dwelling is being built, subject to the proper bond being posted and with the understanding the mobile home will be removed immediately upon the completion of the conventional dwelling or upon the request of the Board of County Commissioners.

FUNDS - TRANSFERS/VETERANS SERVICE

On a motion by Commr. Smoak, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board approved the transfer of $300.00.from account #001-553-1-00-20-000-510, "Office Supplies" to account #OOl-553-1-00-20-000-400, "Travel" in the Veteran's Service Budget.

POLLUTION CONTROL

Mr. Ted Wicks, Pollution Control Director, regarding several

complaints he had received concerning the drought situation. He

suggested should the drought continue, the Board should declare

an emergency situation and give the Pollution Control Department

the authority to deal with the withdrawal of water from surface

water area. Mr. Wicks stated he would be attending the St. John's

River Water Management District Meeting.

SHERIFF

Commr. Windram stated he had been working with the Sheriff's Office regarding converting the boilers in the Jail from fuel oil to natural gas. The Board referred the request to the Building Committee.

BIDS/POLLUTION CONTROL

On a motion by Commr. Deems, seconded by Commr. Carson and carried unanimously, the Board rejected the bid received from Golden Triangle Ford for the 1981 1/2 Ton Pickup for Pollution Control.

COMMUNICATIONS/PROPERTY APPRAISER

Commr. Windram informed the Board he had received a letter from Mr. Mack Fulmer requesting his application for Agricultural Classification of Lands be considered at the Property Appraisal Adjustment Board Meeting for 1981. The Board directed the Clerk write Mr. Fulmer a letter stating his application needed to be filed before March 1, 1981 in order to receive the exemption.

APPRAISALS/COMMUNICATIONS

Mr. Ford, County Attorney, presented an appraisal of the Tavares City Hall. He stated Mr. Cook, M.A.I. had appraised the property at $60,000.00. He further stated the Building Committee did not recommended the purchase of the building.

There being no further business to be brought to the

attention of the Board, the meeting adjourned at 4:30 P.M.

Glenn C. Burhans, Chairman

James C. Watkins, Clerk

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