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WEDNESD�,Y, MARCH 26, 1969 <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County, <br />Florida met in special session at the Courthouse, Vero Beach, <br />Florida on Wednesday, March 26, 1969 at 8:15 o'clock A. M. Present <br />were Jack U. Dritenbas, Chairman; Richard P. Bogosian, Vice Chairman; <br />D. B. McCullers, Jr.; Alma Lee Loy and Edward J. Massey. Also <br />present were Jack G. Jennings, County Administrator; Sherman N. Smith, <br />Jr., County Attorney and Janet N. Burriss, Deputy Clerk. <br />The Chairman called the meeting to order and gave the floor to <br />Homer C. Fletcher, Tax Assessor,who read a letter from Mapco, Inc. <br />offering two 1969 sets of aerial photographs of Indian River County <br />at a cost of $1,963.50. The Tax Assessor stated that the population <br />explosion and rapid growth of the County made such photographs a <br />necessity in his office this year and that he felt that with planning <br />and zoning problems in the County at this time the Commissioners could <br />well use the other set. After considerable discussion a Motion was <br />made by Commissioner McCullers, seconded by Commissioner Massey and <br />unanimously carried that approval be given for advertisement for bids <br />for two sets of aerial photographs of Indian River County, and that <br />the date of bid opening be set for April 23, 1969. <br />Venda Burgess and several other residents of the Gifford area <br />appeared before the Board with complaints of the water distribution <br />and charges of the Urban Development Utilities, Inc. On a Motion <br />made by Commissioner Bogosian, seconded by Commissioner McCullers, <br />it was unanimously carried that the County Attorney is directed to <br />write a letter to and confer with Urban Development Utilities, Inc. <br />that they must comply with the terms of the old franchise until,such <br />a time as the new system is installed; at which such time the rates <br />of the new franchise is to apply, and that any disregard of the rates <br />of these franchises could result in the revocation of the franchise. <br />It was further moved by Commissioner Bogosian, seconded by Commissioner <br />McCullers and unanimously carried that any former bills rendered by <br />Urban Development Utilities which do not conform withAe to of <br />MAR 2 61969 BOOK PAH <br />
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