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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1969 <br />The Board of County CoMmissioners of Indian River County, Florida <br />met in Special Session on Wednesday, January 15 at 9:00 o'clock A. M. <br />Present were Jack U. Dritenbas, Chairman; Richard-Pv. Bogosian, Vice - <br />Chairman; D. B. McCullers, Jr.; Alma Lee Loy and Edward J. Massey. <br />Also present were Jack G. Jennings, County Administrator; Sherman N. <br />Smith, Jr., County Attorney and Alfred H. Webber and Janet N. Burriss, <br />Deputy Clerks. <br />The Chairman called the meeting to order and stated that the <br />purpose of the meeting was to discuss the dog situation and to <br />try to determine the measures that could be taken to more effeOtively en- <br />ÔéČorok-e the dog Resolution. <br />Doctor Lindsey, veterinarian appeared representing himself and <br />Doctors Scully and Johnson, stated that the licenses should be issued <br />by the veterinarians at the time of inoculation,that inoculation licenses <br />should be valid for a period of 12 months, and that a dog warden should <br />be employed. <br />Mrs. McGarry of the Vero Beach Humane Society, acting in behalf <br />of Mrs. Peggy Kuster who is ill, reported on the statistics of the <br />society and stated that the capacity of dog warden was making the <br />society unpopular with the citizens. <br />Also present were Charles S. Zimmer, Mayor of Sebastian; Colonel'. <br />'Winn; George Kinner of Felismere; Wendell Ford; Fred Prestin, Councilman <br />of the City of Vero Beach; and Mrs. Friburg who spoke in turn. Chief <br />Gossett and Sam Joyce, and each of the Members of the Board of County <br />Commissioners were asked for their opinions and any suggestions they <br />might have. After considerable discussion, it was decided that a <br />committee should be appointed at the next meeting and the County Attorney <br />suggested that the Sheriff appoint two deputies for the purpose of <br />enforcing the dog warden duties. <br />Whit <br />JAN 5 `96g <br />