MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
monday - march 5, 1962
The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the County Commissioners’ Room in the Courthouse at Tavares on Monday, March 5, 1962, with the following present: Chairman Simpson; Commissioners Theus, Cowart, Dykes, and Babb; Clerk Owens; and County Engineer Givens. (Attorney Duncan absent due to illness.)
The Board was called to order by Chairman Simpson.
The invocation was given by Commr. Theus.
The minutes of the meetings of February 5, 7, and 12 were approved on a motion by Commr. Theus, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried.
Notary Public Bonds approved by Clerk Owens since the first regular meeting in February as follows:
WITH AMERICAN SURETY COMPANY OF NEW YORK:
W. Spann Martin 2-15-62; Sarah E. Briles 2-19-62; J. H. Rose 2-19-62; George H. Porzig 2-21-62; Mary Lou Auleb 2-23-62.
WITH AMERICAN FIRE & CASUALTY COMPANY:
Herman C. Steverson 2-7-62; John W. May 2-7-62; June C. Birn 2-15-62; Ozni H. Cornwell 2-26-62.
WITH HIGHWAY INSURANCE COMPANY: R. H. Bowen 2-8-62
WITH HARTFORD ACCIDENT AND INDEMNITY COMPANY: T. G. McFadden 3-1-62
On a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb and unanimously carried, the following resolution was adopted:
WHEREAS, it has been brought to the attention of the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County that H. L. Edwards, who has been serving as the Right of Way Agent for the Fifth District of the State Road Department, has been relieved of his duties in said department, and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners and the County Attorney has at all times had the full cooperation of the said H. L. Edwards as Right of Way Agent and has found him to be well versed and informed as to the duties of his Department, and well informed as to procedures and requirements on the part of the State Road Department in the acquisition of rights of way and has at all times found him to be most cooperative and friendly in all negotiations between Lake County and the Right of Way Division of the State Road Department for the Fifth Division, and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners regrets the loss of the services of H. L. Edwards and feels that because of his experience and knowledge in the detailed work required by said Office, his services will be seriously missed;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, Florida, that this Board express its regret in the dismissal of H. L. Edwards as Right of Way Agent for the Fifth District of the State Road Department; and that in the event an Appeal for said dismissal is made, the decision of the Board be revered and that he be reinstated as Right of Way Agent for said Fifth District.
Mr. Mead appeared before the Board again in regard to this matter. He stated the Hospital Board cannot afford to build the two rooms for this purpose, but they are going ahead and build them and ask help from this Board of Commissioners by seeking an enabling act in the state legislature to release public funds for psychiatric ward facilities in the Hospital. He also stated that several citizens have already donated $1,000 to help equip the proposed ward at Eustis. The Board took no official action on this as Attorney Duncan was not present. The Board thanked Mr. Mead for his interest in this matter.
mount plymouth zoning
Mr. Amory, Mr. French, and Miss Harris of the Zoning Commission were present, and Mr. Amory stated that a majority of the Mount Plymouth area has been taken care of by our Board and the Board of County Commissioners. A delegation from the Mount Plymouth area was present (22). Engineer Givens presented a map of the platted part of Mount Plymouth and discussed the same. A Petition signed by Fred Haynes and 36 others was read and filed. Also, a statement of those who were unable to attend the Zoning Board meeting, signed by Grace Clifton and 12 others, was read and filed. Mr. Givens, Zoning Director, filed the recommendations of the Zoning Commission. Several of the persons present addressed the Board, namely T. R. Gardner, Harry Rainey, and Dr. S. M. Whinery. Mr. French, Chairman of the Zoning Commission, stated since there has been a misunderstanding as to the time of this hearing today, I would ask this group to return at 2:00 p.m., but if you are unable to return, it will be considered that you have been heard this morning. Mr. Givens stated that the action of the Zoning Commission will retain the same zoning: Remain R-1 on Blocks 17, 19, 20, 21, and 31; Lots 1-15 in Block 22; Lots 1-8 Block 30; and Lots 1-6 Block 32; and the following to remain C-1: Block 4 and 16, Lots 1-17 Block 5; Lots 1-5 Block 15, and Lots 30-48 Block 15.
Eugene Henderson appeared before the Board re: Drainage in Ferndale. He wants to fill in a ditch and needs 160 feet of 18” pipe. Would like to get the pipe from the County and pay for it as he thinks he can get it quicker that way. Mr. Henderson was advised that the County could not sell pipe. Mr. Dykes stated he is familiar with the project, and it is okay for them to install the pipe for drainage, but will have to purchase the pipe from some other source.
Clerk Owens reported to the Board that he has received a check in the amount of $190 from the Estate of Harry E. Ferran “for paving to be done on County road at Grand Island.” Our share. Everett Huskey discussed this road at the meeting of February 5th and stated that Harley Morse might share a third and Huskey one third if the County will share one third. He was advised at that time to find out what he can do toward getting the road paved and report to the Board about bids for paving.
Clerk Owens reported to the Board that he has received Commission #3388 authorizing Didars Woods to exercise supervision of control over prisoners in Lake County.
On a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried, the action of Clerk Owens and Chairman Simpson in approving the application of Jacob John Kubs, Fruitland Park, for admittance to the T. B. Hospital in Tampa was approved.
Engineer Givens advised the Board that he has received quotations from Micro Tech Services, Inc. of St. Petersburg on a complete set of Assessment Maps reproduced on 100 percent Rag Vellum for the sum of Nine Hundred Ninety-nine and 80/100. On a motion by Commr. Theus, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried, Engineer Givens was authorized to order the Assessment Maps from Micro Tech Services, Inc. of St. Petersburg for the sum of $999.80 and that the Tecnifax Corp of Jacksonville be notified that their bid received on February 5th in the amount of $1,173.60 was rejected.
city of tavares utility agreement with state road department
The City of Tavares Utility Agreement with the State Road Department, Section 11090-2502 was filed with the Board. Said Agreement was received from C. E. Duncan.
The Bill of Tax Assessor Cassady in the amount of $10,000 for advance on Commissions on the 1962 Tax Roll was approved on a motion by Commr. Cowart, seconded by Commr. Theus and carried.
south lake memorial HOSPITAL requisition
The South Lake Memorial Hospital requisition for $20,000 for payment to Citizens Bank of Clermont for partial repayment of construction loan on Hospital plant was approved for payment on a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried.
The request of Frank E. Owens, Clerk of Circuit Court, for payment to Remington Rand for services for three months on chemicals and strips for Microfilm in the amount of $75 was approved for payment on a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried.
quotations on microfilm cabinets
The quotations for the microfilm cabinet from Acme Visible Records, Inc. #V-815 cabinet at $273.35 each was presented by Clerk Owens, WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Cowart, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried, Clerk Owens was authorized to purchase from Acme Visible Records Inc. two (2) #V-815 cabinet at $273.35 each.
The quotations for the Y & E microfilm cabinet from Bowen Supply Company at $292.00 f. o. b Tavares was presented by Clerk Owens, WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Cowart, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried, Clerk Owens was authorized to purchase the cabinet from Bowen Supply Company for the price of $292.00 f. o. b. Tavares.
certificates of correction of errors
The Certificates of Correction of Errors on the 1961 Lake County Tax Roll, numbered 284 through 388, were approved on a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Dykes, and carried.
floating islands in lake griffin
A letter from the Florida Audubon Society re: Leasing Floating Islands in Lake Griffin belonging to Lake County for bird sanctuaries was referred to Attorney Duncan for reply.
highway patrol station
A copy of a Satisfaction of Judgment for S. H. Stalcup doing business as Texaco Service Station vs. Cross-Country Truck Service, Inc. (Small Claims Court Duval County) was filed with the Board.
sunset orange groves
A copy of a letter to Florida Citrus Industries, Inc., Orlando, from Chas N. Givens, Director of the Lake County Zoning Commission, and a copy of a letter from Orange State Engineers, Inc. to Mr. Givens re this subdivision were read and filed.
three lakes lodge property
A letter from Walter Warren, attorney, re: this property being acquired for Wayside Park was read. Commr. Dykes recommended “Buy exactly the amount of right of way needed and not one foot more.”
stone mountain estate subdivision
James F. Rumford appeared before the Board re: This subdivision and presented title insurance policy #FE-31919 dated January 8, 1960 by Title & Trust Co. of Florida, also a letter from Lake Abstract & Guaranty Company stating “no instruments have been placed of record subsequent to 8 January 1960, the date of the above described policy, up to and including 21 February 1962.” Also, a letter from Lake County Health Department re suitability of property for septic tanks filed. Mr. Rumford presented 3 releases of mortgages as to streets – from Citizens National Bank of Leesburg, Central Florida Production Association and William W. Soverel, said releases to be recorded today. WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried, the Plat of Stone Mountain Estates was approved.
A letter from Coronado Corporation of Miami to Chairman Simpson re: Construction of duplex villages somewhere in central Florida, probably near Triangle Center and also re Zoning, was referred to Engineer Givens for reply.
Mr. French, Chairman of the Zoning Commission, asked if it meets with the approval of the Commissioners to invite a representative from State Planning Commission and the University of Florida to come here and have a joint meeting with County Commissioners and the Zoning Commission re: Planning for the future. On a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried, this invitation was extended to the Florida Development Commission and the University of Florida Planning and Development Department.
survival course: civil defense
The Board decided to have a Survival Course on Tuesdays and Fridays of each week beginning on March 27, again on March 30, then on April 3 and 6 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Making a 12-hour course. Clerk Owens was instructed to contact Lu Bethea and see if those dates will suit him for conducting the classes.
Howell Hopson, architect, presented a bill of Southern Steel Company on Contract dated April 19, 1961 in the amount of $71,609.07. On a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb, and carried, the bill as presented was approved for payment.
CHANGE ORDER NO. 4 - Conrad Construction Company in regard to the well at the Jail in the amount of $818.31 was approved on a motion by Commr. Cowart, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried.
CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 – Barnes Restaurant Supply Company re: Kitchen Equipment for the Jail in the amount of $199 was approved on a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried.
lockers for jail – sheriff’s department
Howell Hopson reported that the lockers purchased are too small, and they want to buy larger ones. He suggested holding the 16 small lockers. After discussion, a motion was made by Commr. Cowart, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried that the Board keep the old lockers and buy new ones.
meeting adjourned for lunch and reconvened at 1:30 p.m.
The Board was called to order by Chairman Simpson.
E. E. Huskey appeared before the Board and discussed again the road near Grand Island about which he discussed with the Board on February 5th. He now presented his check in the amount of $540 and the check from M & W Company (Morse) in the amount of $380, which with the Ferran check makes a total of $1,110.00 (Pg. 10 for Ferran check). Mr. Huskey stated if this is not enough for the paving, he will pay the balance, as he thinks this amount is about 2/3 of the amount required. Mr. Babb said he would get bids on the paving of the road.
lake county industrial and tourism commission
Mr. Huskey urged the Board to establish a Lake County Industrial and Tourism Commission and also asked that a specialist be employed by Lake County for advertising the County. He filed a folder with various maps and other data re this matter. Clerk Owens filed 9 letters favoring this program. Letters being from Chambers of Commerce – Leesburg, Eustis, Mount Dora, and Tavares; WLBE Husebo, R. P. Cochran, Manager Citrus Tower, Clermont; Huskey Built Homes, Inc., E. E. Huskey, President, Eustis; Robert E. Warfield, Jr., Executive Vice President, First National Bank and Trust Company, Eustis; and Morse & Company, Eustis. Chairman Simpson congratulated Mr. Huskey for the work he has done on this program and stated if the Board is in accord, think that it would be well that the Board follow these suggestions.
On a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried, the Board adopted the plan as outlined by E. E. Huskey for an Industrial and Tourism Commission, and each District appoint a committee of five men on the Lake County Industrial and Tourism Commission.
Bids for sale of frame building known as cox house
Notice having been advertised for the sale of the frame building located in Block 40 Tavares (known as the Cox house), the following bids were received:
JAMES E. BROWN, 835 Citrus Avenue, Eustis $150.00
J. M. JEWELL, P.O. Box 143, Leesburg $501.00
SAM HYATTE, P.O. Box 442, Tavares $225.27
On a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried that the bid of J. M. Jewell in the amount of $501.00, being the highest bid for the purchase of and removal of the house located in Block 40, Tavares (known as the Cox house) be accepted.
Commr. Dykes advised the Board that the City of Tavares wants a permit to replace the water lines. On a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried, the City of Tavares was given the authority to replace the water lines, which they had to remove and that the streets be left in as good or better condition as they were before.
dark room for use in microfilming
Clerk Owens advised the Board that he had a quotation from Babe Coven to build a dark room for approximately the sum of $80, WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Theus, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried, Clerk Owens was authorized to employ Babe Coven to build the dark room for use in microfilming at an approximate cost of $80.00.
marking pioneer parking lot
Commr. Theus suggested that the Board request the State Road Department to mark off for parking the Pioneer Parking Lot, WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Theus, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried, Attorney Duncan was instructed to write Mr. Richey Green to authorize his maintenance man to mark off for parking the Pioneer Parking Lot for Lake County.
Mr. Givens advised the Board that he has located in Mound Dora a one-thousand gallon water tank, with pump and motor mounted on a truck that can be purchased for $700.00. This equipment is needed in District Four, WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Theus, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried, the Board was authorized to purchase this equipment and District Four pay for same.
signature slips for voters
Ed Baker, Deputy Supervisor of Registrations, appeared before the Board and stated they have three quotations on signature slips, the lowest quotation being $162.45 for 25,000 slips. On a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried, Katherine Baker, Supervisor of Registration, be authorized to purchase signature slips, not to exceed 25,000 from Southern Printing Company for Democratic Primary and General Elections, also the amount necessary for Republican elections.
Mr. Baker suggested that the Board let the committeemen and committeewomen from the Precincts recommend the persons to serve on the Election Boards.
Mr. Baker advised the Board that the Lake County Democrats will have a meeting in the Commissioners’ room on March 15 at 2:00 p.m.
discussion re death certificates
Discussion on length of time it takes to obtain a death certificate. Clerk Owens stated he does not think he has the authority to issue copies of death certificates, but will see what Attorney Duncan says.
cloth for maps
Mr. Givens advised the Board he asked 3 companies for quotations on cloth for maps and received only one reply, which was from Sanford Hall Company, Jacksonville. On a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried, Mr. Givens was authorized to purchase the 200 linen sheets from Sanford Hall Company of Jacksonville.
auditorium for the agriculture building
EXECUTED COPY OF AGREEMENT WITH GRAHAM CONTRACTING COMPANY on construction of the Auditorium for the Agriculture Center – Bid $89,500 – was filed with the Board.
amend resolution for primary road requests
On a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Dykes that the County Commissioners request the Road Board to place in the primary request of March First No. 1-A under No. 4-A. Commr. Theus objected to this change. The other members voted for the change, THEREFORE, the Primary Road Resolution as amended is as follows:
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, Florida, has been requested by the State Road Department of the State of Florida to designate and request for the budget for the year beginning July 1, 1962 through June 30, 1963, PRIMARY ROADS to be constructed within said County during said period, and
WHEREAS, at a special meeting on March 1, 1962, the County Commissioners in said meeting designated the PRIMARY ROADS for construction in LAKE COUNTY in preferential order;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA, that the State Road Department of the State of Florida be requested to construct in Lake County, Florida, the following designated PRIMARY ROADS in the following ORDER, AS AMENDED ABOVE:
1. Construct – 4 lane – SR 500 from Eustis Interchange westerly through Tavares to Silver Lake Forks.
2. Widen and resurface SR 19, beginning at south end of S-445, run South to SR 42 (approximately 4.7 miles)
Widen and resurface existing pavement on SR 19, each side of railroad – beginning at North city limits of City of Umatilla, run South to intersection of SR S-450 south of Umatilla. (No additional right of way required)
Construct Municipal Section on SR 19 – beginning at SR 44 North of Eustis, run south to Interchange at SR 500.
Survey, locate and construct SR 19 – beginning at North city limits of City of Groveland, run South to the Lake-Sumter County line. (Lake County will contribute on matching basis up to $300,000 out of Secondary Road money toward completion of this project) (Refer to Item 3 Secondary Road requests.)
3. Four-lane SR 50 from West city limits of Clermont to West city limits of Mascotte – with Municipal Section within city limits of Groveland.
4. Four-lane SR 25 from Leesburg South to intersection of SR 19. Also, four-lane SR 25 from North city limits of Minneola South to SR 50. (200 foot right of way already acquired).
4a. Construct additional safety zones on SR 25 and SR 500 North of Leesburg as follows:
Establish a safety zone on East side of median at approximately Station 122.
Establish a safety zone on East side of median at approximately Station 117.
Establish a safety zone on East side of median between Stations 104 and 105.
Enlarge Safety Zone on West side of median at Station 67.
All according to road map for SR 25 and SR 500, Section 1104-204.
Provide 40-foot turning radius at intersection of SR 25 and SR 44.
5. Widen and resurface East Main Street in Leesburg (SR 44) from Lake Street East to intersection of SR 500 (Approximately .4 mile) (R/W already acquired).
6. Widen and construct SR 44 from East city limits of Eustis to intersection of S-44-A and SR 44 (LaRoe’s corner)
7. Four-lane SR 46 from Old SR 500 (Highlands Avenue in Mount Dora) East to Seminole County line.
8. Widen and resurface SR 561 from SR 19 South of the city limits of Tavares to SR 25 at Lake Sheppard.
9. Widen and resurface SR 455 from SR 561 South of Astatula through Ferndale and Montverde to new SR 50.
10. Widen and resurface SR 450 – beginning approximately one mile West of SR 19 in Umatilla and continue westerly to Marion County line. (approximately 4 miles)
11. Widen and resurface SR 42 beginning at SR 19, run West .8 mile to Marion County line.
12. Four-lane SR 50 from Orange County line west to SR 25.
13. Designate present US 441 (SR 500) at its intersection with new SR 500 in Orange County and continue through Mount Dora and Tavares along the present route to intersect new SR 500 in Tavares as an Alternate Route, and provide four-lane approaches at both intersections.
zoning in mount plymouth
A delegation from the Mount Plymouth area appeared before the Board. Clerk Owens read the Notice of Hearing to consider the zoning of the following described area:
That part of Lake County lying between SR 46 and the Orange County line extending from the present zoning limit line (The West line of the E ¼ of Sections 30 & 31, Township 19 South, Range 28 East to the Wekiva River, but to exclude all portions thereof previously zoned.
The following named persons expressed their views on this zoning: William Daugherty, Andrew J. Chesson, Russell Harned, Dr. S. M. Whinery, T. R. Gardner, A. F. Schrup, Harry H. Rainey, and Miss Stella Owens.
Mr. French stated that he believes that the recommendations of the Zoning Commission are for the best interest. Chairman Simpson stated that the Board is now faced with either approving or rejecting the Zoning Board’s recommendations. Mr. Dykes suggested that the Board not go against the recommendations of the Zoning Board, and he moved that the Board accept the recommendations of the Zoning Board, motion was seconded by Commr. Theus, and on a roll call vote by Districts, the motion was unanimously carried, and the following resolution was adopted:
WHEREAS, under Chapter 61-2374, Laws of Florida, 1961, additional areas in Lake County, not previously included in the area zoned by the Lake County Zoning Commission under Chapter 57-1486 of the 1957 Session of the Legislature, are now included in the areas of land in Lake County to be zoned, and
WHEREAS, the Lake County Zoning Commission has after giving legal notice as required by said Act, recommended to the Board of County Commissioners that said additional lands be zoned in the manner hereinafter set forth, and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County did publish a notice of public hearing for the purpose of considering the zoning of the area described as follows:
That part of Lake County lying between State Road 46 and the Orange County line extending from the present Zoning limit line (the West line of the East Quarter of Sections 30 and 31, in Township 19 South, Range 28 East) to the Wekiwa River, but excluding all portions thereof previously zoned;
Which hearing was to be held on the 5th of March, 1962, at 2:00 in the afternoon, and
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners did hear all parties interested in the zoning of said areas;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, Florida, that the following areas in Lake County, Florida, not heretofore zoned, but included in Chapter 61-2374 of the 1961 Session of the Legislature of Florida, be zoned as follows: In Mt. Plymouth, according to the Plat thereof filed and recorded in the public records of Lake County, Florida, in Plat Book 8, page 85A, B, C & D.
LOTS BLOCK CLASSIFIED AND ZONED AS:
22-24 18 R-1
7-16 32 R-1
76-80 5 R-1-A
1, 81-105 27 R-1-A
17-25 32 R-1-A
All 33 R-1-A
7-25 34 R-1-A
7-22 35 R-1-A
9-17 36 R-1-A
1-23 43 R-1-A
27-46 43 R-1-A
All 44 R-1-A
All 45 R-1-A
All 46 R-1-A
All 47 R-1-A
All 48 R-1-A
All 49 R-1-A
All 50 R-1-A
1-14 51 R-1-A
24-39 51 R-1-A
1-19 56 R-1-A
All 57 R-1-A
All 58 R-1-A
3-26 59 R-1-A
14-17 60 R-1-A
All 65 R-1-A
All 66 R-1-A
All 67 R-1-A
All 68 R-1-A
All 69 R-1-A
All 70 R-1-A
All 71 R-1-A
All 72 R-1-A
All 73 R-1-A
All 74 R-1-A
All 75 R-1-A
All 76 R-1-A
All 77 R-1-A
All 78 R-1-A
All 79 R-1-A
All 80 R-1-A
All 81 R-1-A
All 82 R-1-A
All 82 R-1-A
All 83 R-1-A
All 84 R-1-A
All 85 R-1-A
All 86 R-1-A
All 87 R-1-A
All 88 R-1-A
All 90 R-1-A
All 91 R-1-A
All 92 R-1-A
All 99 R-1-A
All 100 R-1-A
All 102 R-1-A
All 101 R-1-A
All 103 R-1-A
All 104 R-1-A
In Mt. Plymouth, Second Addition, according to the Plat thereof filed and recorded in the public records of Lake County, Florida, in Plat Book 10, page 4:
LOTS BLOCK CLASSIFIED AND ZONED AS:
4-16 A R-1-A
3-16 B R-1-A
All C R-1-A
All D R-1-A
All E R-1-A
In Mt. Plymouth, Third Addition, according to the Plat thereof filed and recorded in the public records of Lake County, Florida, in Plat Book 10, page 12:
All A R-1-A
All B R-1-A
In Mt. Plymouth, Fourth Addition, according to the Plat thereof filed and recorded in the public records of Lake County, Florida, in Plat Book 10, page 13:
All A R-1-A
All B R-1-A
In Mt. Plymouth, Fifth Addition, according to the Plat thereof filed and recorded in the public records of Lake County, Florida, in Plat Book 10, page 43:
All A R-1-A
All B R-1-A
All C R-1-A
All D R-1-A
All E R-1-A
All F R-1-A
All G R-1-A
All H R-1-A
ALSO, the following areas, less those portions previously zoned:
All the North ½ of Southwest ¼ of Sec. 29, Tp. 19S, R. 28 E., excluding areas previously zoned and the platted areas of Mt. Plymouth, classified and zoned as R-1.
All the Northeast ¼ of Southeast ¼ of Sec. 30, Tp. 19 S, R. 28 E., excluding areas previously zoned, classified and zoned as R-1.
South ½ of Southwest ¼ of Sec. 29, Tp. 19S, R 28 E., excluding the platted area of Mt. Plymouth, classified and zoned as R-1-A.
All the East ½ of East ½ of Sec. 31, Tp. 19S, R 28 E, classified and zoned as R-1-A.
All the West ½ of Section 32, Tp. 19 S., R 28 E., excluding the Platted areas of Mt. Plymouth, classified and zoned as R-1-A.
All the East ½ of Sec. 32, Tp. 19 S, R. 28 E, excluding the platted areas of Mt. Plymouth, classified and zoned as R-1-A.
All the Sec. 28, Tp. 19 S., R. 28 E., South of State Road 46, excluding the platted areas of Mt. Plymouth and the areas previously zoned, classified and zoned as R-1-A.
All of Sec. 33, Tp. 19 S, R. 28 E., excluding the plated areas of Mt. Plymouth, classified and zoned as R-1-A.
That part of Lake County East of the East lines of Sections 28 and 33, in Tp. 19 S, R 28 E, and South of State Road 46, excluding the areas previously zoned, classified and zoned as A.
property already zoned in mount plymouth but now to be rezoned
Mr. Givens now read the description of the area in Mt. Plymouth that has been zoned and is now to be rezoned. After discussion of this area, the Chairman called for a motion to accept the recommendations of the Zoning Commission, WHEREUPON, Commissioner Theus moved that the recommendations of the Zoning Commission for rezoning of that area in Mt. Plymouth that has been zoned be accepted, motion was seconded by Commissioner Babb, and on roll call vote by Districts the motion was unanimously carried, and the following resolution was adopted:
WHEREAS, the Lake County Zoning Commission did on the 21st of February, 1962, after due Notice of the Hearing, review applications for the changes and revisions of the zoning of certain areas in Lake County and did approve certain changes as requested in the particular applications hereinafter set forth, subject to approval of the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County; and the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County having reviewed said applications and the recommendations of the Lake County Zoning Commission;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, Florida, that the Zoning Rules and Regulations of Lake County be altered and amended as they pertain to the following tracts of land from their present classifications as indicated hereafter to the classifications designated after each description and that said Rules and Regulations be amended, changed, and rezoned to place said properties in the classifications last designated after the descriptions:
ALL of the Lots and Blocks hereinafter designated, the same being located in Mt. Plymouth, according to the Plat thereof designated Mt. Plymouth, Section A:
LOT BLOCK PRESENT CLASSIFICATION REZONED TO FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATION
1 to 21 inclusive 18 A R-1
6 to 10 inclusive 15 R-1 C-1
11 to 29 inclusive 15 R-1 R-1-A
18 to 75 inclusive 5 R-1 R-1-A
81 to 82 inclusive 5 R-1 R-1-A
All 6 R-1 R-1-A
All 7 R-1 R-1-A
All 11 R-1 R-1-A
All 12 R-1 R-1-A
All 13 R-1 R-1-A
All 14 R-1 R-1-A
16 to 32 inclusive 22 R-1 R-1-A
All 23 R-1 R-1-A
All 24 R-1 R-1-A
All 25 R-1 R-1-A
All 26 R-1 R-1-A
2 to 80 inclusive 27 R-1 R-1-A
All 28 R-1 R-1-A
All 29 R-1 R-1-A
9 to 48 inclusive 30 R-1 R-1-A
26 to 31 inclusive 32 R-1 R-1-A
1 to 6 inclusive 34 R-1 R-1-A
26 to 31 inclusive 34 R-1 R-1-A
1 to 6 inclusive 35 R-1 R-1-A
23 to 29 inclusive 35 R-1 R-1-A
1 to 8 inclusive 36 R-1 R-1-A
18 to 26 inclusive 36 R-1 R-1-A
All 37 R-1 R-1-A
All 38 R-1 R-1-A
All 39 R-1 R-1-A
All 40 R-1 R-1-A
All 41 R-1 R-1-A
24 to 26 inclusive 43 R-1 R-1-A
15 to 23 inclusive 51 R-1 R-1-A
All 52 R-1 R-1-A
All 54 R-1 R-1-A
All 55 R-1 R-1-A
20 to 22 inclusive 56 R-1 R-1-A
1 to 2 inclusive 59 R-1 R-1-A
1 to 13 inclusive 60 R-1 R-1-A
18 to 26 inclusive 60 R-1 R-1-A
All 61 R-1 R-1-A
All 62 R-1 R-1-A
All 63 R-1 R-1-A
All 64 R-1 R-1-A
All 89 R-1 R-1-A
All 93 R-1 R-1-A
All 94 R-1 R-1-A
All 95 R-1 R-1-A
All 96 R-1 R-1-A
All 97 R-1 R-1-A
All 98 R-1 R-1-A
The following lots in Mt. Plymouth according to the Plat of Mt. Plymouth Second Addition in Section A as recorded in the public records of Lake County, Florida in Plat Book 10, Page 4:
1 to 3 inclusive A R-1 R-1-A
The following lots in Mt. Plymouth according to the Plat of Mt. Plymouth Second Addition to Section B:
1, 2, 17, 18 B R-1 R-1-A
All that portion of the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 29, Township 19 South, Range 28 East, extending 1,000 feet South of SR 46 right of way, excluding the platted area of Mt. Plymouth now classified and zoned as A (Agriculture) be, and the same is hereby amended, changed and rezoned to Classification R-1 (Residential).
All that portion of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter extending 1,000 feet south of State Road 46 right of way now classified and zoned as A (Agriculture) be, and the same is hereby, amended, changed and rezoned to Classification R-1 (Residential)
That portion of the North Half of Section 28, Township 19 South, Range 28 East extending 1,000 feet South from State Road 46 right of way, now classified and zoned as R-1 (Residential) be, and the same is hereby amended, changed and rezoned to Classification R-1-A (Residential).
A 1,000 foot strip of land lying South of and parallel to the right of way of State Road 46 extending from the East line of Section 28, Township 19 South, Range 28 East to the Wekiwa River, now classified and zoned as R-1-A (Residential), be, and the same is hereby amended, changed and rezoned to Classification A (Agriculture).
following letters filed with the board
Copy of Resolution adopted by the Board of Public Instruction on Sept 21-61, asking for a referendum in the Fall Election re levying ½ mill.
Correspondence from Walker M. Kennedy and Roy Christopher, with 2 resolutions and deed from City of Mt. Dora, which have been presented on previous occasions re Streets in Sylvan Shores
Letter from Walter Warren re: R/W on property of Mr. and Mrs. Porzig on SR 500
Copy of letter from C. E. Duncan to J. E. French – re: Activation of the Airport Zoning Authority
Roy Christopher re: Application to vacate Lantana St. Lake Saunders’ Subdivision
Inter-State Wrecking Co. Inc. Jacksonville re: Demolition of buildings
Florida Division of Correction re: Didars Woods Commission No. 3388
State Board of Administration – Road & Bridge Gas Tax and surplus gas tax
following reports filed with the board
Florida Division of Corrections: Road prison #5758, Lake Co. Jail & Stockade
J. C. Hunter, Co. Service Officer, for February
Marion B. Valentine, H. D. Agent, and 2 assistants; also secretary
R. E. Norris, Co. Agent and 2 assistants
County Judge – Fine & Forfeiture Reports for the months of January and February