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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6, 1967 <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County, Florida <br />met in regular session at the Courthouse, Vero Beach, Florida on <br />Wednesday, December 6, 1967 at 8:30 <br />. M. Present were Robert W. <br />Graves, Chairman; D. B. McCullers, J., Vice Chairman; Donald Macdonald, <br />Richard P. Bogosian and Jack U. Dri4nbas. Also present were Jack G. <br />Jennings, County Administrator; Sherman N. Smith, Jr., County Attorney; <br />and Alfred H. Webber and Janet Burriss, Deputy Clerks. <br />The Chairman called the meeting to order and asked if there were <br />any corrections or additions to the minutes of November 22, 1967. <br />There were none and on Motion made byllCommissioner McCullers, seconded <br />by Commissioner Macdonald and unanim <br />approved as written. <br />Mrs. .Rose Dutton, JosepPappac <br />of Whispering Palms Subdivision appe <br />usly carried, the minutes were <br />and a group of fourteen residents <br />red before the Board requesting <br />the removal of the Oslo Dump. They had submitted a petition of one <br />hundred and fifty signers who compla°ned of flies, rodents and fires <br />started in the dump. No action was aken by the Board. <br />Mr. A. M. Southworth, President of Southworth Associates Inc. <br />appeared before the Board in regard o the Motor Vehicle Inspection <br />Law. He explained that his company ould set up policies and <br />procedures as to administrative pers nnel, the most efficient way to <br />organize and equip, go into the prob ems of fines and violations, <br />recommend type of equipment, give es imate of cost of inspection <br />stations and plan a program of expan <br />year's income. <br />Mr. Joe Earman of the Earman Oi <br />Board at this time, in opposition to <br />sion for a fee of l0/ of the first <br />1 Company appeared before the <br />the participation of the County <br />in the Motor Vehicle Inspection. He felt that the cost to the County <br />ve, all things considered, and <br />at operators in free enterprise <br />gular personnel could handle the <br />for its operation would be prohibiti <br />believed that , on the other hand,. ,,t <br />now have some of the•equipment and r <br />inspection. as a part oftheir daily <br />duties. <br />Dec iv <br />10 PMME535 <br />