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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1969 <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, June 11, 1969 at 8:30 o'clock A. M. Present were Jack U. <br />Dritenbas, Chairman; Richard P. Bogosian, Vice Chairman; D. B. McCullers, <br />Jr.; Alma Lee Loy and Edward J. Massey. Also present were JackG. <br />Jennings, County Administrator; Sherman N. Smith, Jr., County Attorney; <br />Alfred H. Webber and Janet N. Turpan, Deputy Clerks. <br />Tie Chairman called the meeting to order and asked if there were <br />any corrections or additions to the minutes of May 21 and June 6, 1969. <br />There were none and upon a Motion made by Commissioner McCullers, <br />seconded by Commissioner Loy, the • minutes of May 21 and June 6, 1969 <br />were unanimously approved as written. <br />Homer C. Fletcher, County Tax Assessor, appeared before-tne ora <br />with the request for an extension for the Board of Equalization for <br />a period of 30 days. A Motion was made by Commissioner McCullers, <br />secondedrby Commissioner Loy, and the following Resolution was unanimously <br />adopted: <br />RESOLUTION NO. 69-272 <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County, <br />Florida, resolves: <br />1. That the county assessor of taxes has advised this Board that <br />the Circuit Court of Lean County, Florida, has entered an order directed to <br />the Comptroller of Florida requiring the Comptroller of Florida to equalize <br />the assessment of lands zoned for agricultural purposes in all of the counties <br />of the State lying within the limits of the Central and Southern Florida Flood <br />Control District and that pursuant to that order, the Comptroller is now <br />making a study of the assessments in each of the several counties involved <br />but that it is now apparent that such study cannot be coretedi C e first <br />1 <br />GJOK PAGE LJ <br />JUN 1 1 1969 <br />