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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18,1967 <br />The Board:of County Commissioners of Indian River County, Florida, <br />met in regular session at the Courthouse, Vero Beach, Florida, on Wed- <br />nesday, January 18, 1967, at 8:30 o'clock A.. M. Present were Robert <br />W. Graves, Chairman; D. B. McCullers, Jr., Vice -Chairman; and Donald <br />Macdonald, Jack Dritenbas, and Richard Bogosian. ,Also present were <br />Sherman N. Smith, Jr,, County Attorney; Jack Jennings, County Adminis- <br />trator; and Alfred H. Webber and Ruth Elliott, Deputy Clerks. <br />1 <br />Mr. Homer C. Fletcher, Tax Assessor, presented a list of equipment <br />which will be needed to speed up the delivery of the tax rolls and also: <br />equipment which has been recommended by the lay -out engineer who has. <br />made a work floor study of hisdiffice in the new Courthouse Annex. <br />After considerable discussion, Commissioner McCullers moved that the <br />Tax Assessor have the specifications drawn up for this equipment. <br />Motion was seconded by Commissioner Macdonald and unanimously carried. <br />Mr. Ralph Harris, Clerk Circuit Court, requested authorization <br />to acquire the services of the lay -out engineer and to prepare the <br />specifications for the equipment he will need in his office, which will <br />include the area presently .occupied by --the Tax Assessor. <br />by Commissioner Macdonald, 'seconded by Commissioner Bogosian, and <br />unanimously carried, the request was granted. <br />On Motion <br />Mr. Troy E. Moody <br />Tax Collector, appeared before the Board and <br />urged that a study be made for a central accounting office for the <br />county, so that machinery purchased with taxpayers money could serve the <br />entire county. It was the opinion of the Board that such a study would <br />be worth exploring. After discussion, Commissioner Macdonald moved that <br />the Tax Collector be authorized to make an estimate of his needs for his <br />office in the new Annex. Motion was seconded by Commissioner Dritenbas <br />and unanimously carried. <br />JAN 1R 1967 BOOK 10 c€ 224 <br />
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