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TUESDAY,. OCTOBER S, 1976 <br />THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY,E <br />FLORIDA MET IN SPECIAL SESSION AT THE COURTHOUSE, VERO BEACHi FLORIDA <br />ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER S, 1976, AT 11;30 O'CLOCK A.M. PRESENT WERE <br />WILLARD W. SIEBERT, SJR., CHAIRMAN; WILLIAM C. WODTKE, .JR., VICE CHAIRMAN; <br />ALMA LEE Loy, EDWIN S. SCHMUCKER. EDWARD J. MASSEY WAS ABSENT. ALSO <br />PRESENT WERE GEORGE G. COLLINS, JR., ATTORNEY TO THE BOARD OF COUNTY <br />COMMISSIONERS; .JACK G. .JENNINGS, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR; L.S.."TOMMY" <br />THOMAS, INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATOR, RUTH ELLIOTT, DEPUTY CLERK AND <br />ELIZABETH FORLANI, RECORDING SECRETARY. <br />ALSO IN SPECIAL SESSION AND PRESENT FOR THIS DISCUSSION WAS <br />THE CITY OF VERO BEACH, CITY COUNCIL - MAYOR .JAY SMITH; BERNARD HARRIS, <br />AND PAT LYONS. .JOHN LITTLE, CITY MANAGER; INEZ CORDISCO, CITY ATTORNEY <br />ROBERT "FLIP" LLOYD, CONSULTING. CITY ENGINEER AND CAROL PETERSON, ACTING <br />CITY CLERK. <br />CHAIRMAN SIEBERT CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER AND STATED THAT THIS <br />SPECIAL MEETING WAS CALLED FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE CITY AND THE COUNTY CON- <br />SIDERING A RESOLUTION TO BE FORWARDED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION <br />FOR THE PURPOSE OF REAFFIRMING THE TENTATIVE AGREEMENT MADE IN FORT <br />LAUDERDALE ON .JUNE 4, 1976, WHICH WAS LATER REAFFIRMED BY ACTION OF THE <br />BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THEIR REGULAR MEETING OF .JUNE 9, 1976, <br />MAYOR SMITH STATED THAT HE HAD REPORTED TO THE CITY COUNCIL AFTER THE <br />.JUNE 4TH MEETING AND THEY TENTATIVELY AGREED PENDING FINAL DETERMINATION OF <br />FINAL FIGURES. IN CHECKING WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, THERE IS <br />A POSSIBLE PROBLEM OF STRIPPING OF MUCK ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE RIVER <br />FROM CAUSEWAY BLVD. TO S.R. AIA AND WHAT IMPACT THAT WILL HAVE ON UTILITIES <br />THE CITY RECENTLY PUT IN ON THE NORTH SIDE. WE HEAR THAT THE FEDERAL HIGHWAY <br />DEPARTMENT HAS TOLD THE D.O.T. THAT IT MUST BE STRIPPED TO A DEPTH OF 6 FEET <br />AND IT MUST BE WIDER THAN THE 100 FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY THAT EXISTS. IT WAS HIS <br />UNDERSTANDING THAT THE CITY MANAGER, MR. LITTLE AND THE ENGINEERS ARE TRYING <br />TO WORK WITH THE D.O.T. TO DO THIS STRIPPING OPERATION FOR THE PAVED AREA ONLY. <br />MR. LITTLE STATED THAT AS FAR AS HE KNOWS THERE ARE NO PROBLEMS <br />WITH THE ELECTRICAL COST ESTIMATES, THEY ARE FINAL. IN THE AREA OF WATER <br />AND SEWER THERE ARE ONLY TWO POSSIBLE PROBLEMS THAT HE IS AWARE OF: <br />- I. THE POSSIBLE CONSTRUCTION OF A MANHOLE IN THE VICINITY OF U.S.1 AND <br />17 STREET. HE CONTINUED THAT THEY ARE PROCEEDING UNDER THE ASSUMPTION <br />OCT 51976 <br />RIO G. ´┐ŻAm:4:;U <br />I <br />