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12/WQ51W-S (V0rtVVDA1VD <br />RESOLUTION NO. 95. 0 5 <br />RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF <br />COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN <br />RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA TO THE <br />FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF <br />TRANSPORTATION REQUESTING <br />TRANSFER OF JURISDICTION OF <br />CERTAIN ROADWAYS WITHIN INDIAN <br />RIVER COUNTY <br />WHEREAS, 6th Avenue between 20th Place and 21st Street in the City of Vero Beach <br />is currently a state owned and maintained roadway, and; <br />WHEREAS, The Florida Department of Transportation has accomplished the <br />construction of SR60-Twin Pairs Alignment in the City of Vero Beach, Indian River County, <br />Florida, which utilizes a County owned and maintained section of Indian River Boulevard <br />between 20th Street and 21st Street, and; <br />WHEREAS, by letter dated October 6, 1994, the Florida Department of Transportation <br />has agreed to the transfers of the above mentioned section of Indian River Boulevard to the state <br />system, provided Indian River County is willing to accept jurisdiction of the above named <br />section of 6th Avenue, and; <br />WHEREAS, Chapter 90-136 of the Florida Statutes provides for transfer of jurisdiction <br />as long as the Department of Transportation and Indian River County agree to the transfer and <br />waive all rights to hearing. <br />NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Board of County Commissioners of Indian <br />River County, Florida; <br />1. The recitations set forth herein above are true, accurate and correct and are <br />incorporated herein. <br />2. Indian River County requests that the functional classification and jurisdiction <br />of the roads shown in the table below become effective on April 1, 1995. <br />Current Proposed <br />Jurisdiction Jurisdiction Road Name Section <br />County State Indian River Boulevard 20th Street to 21st Street <br />State County 6th Avenue 20th Place to 21st Street <br />3. Indian River County waives all rights to a hearing regarding these proposed <br />transfers. <br />The foregoing resolution was offered by Commissioner Bird , who moved its <br />adoption. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Eggert and upon being put to a <br />vote, the vote was as follows: <br />Kenneth R. Macht, Chairman Aye <br />Fran B. Adams, Vice Chairman Aye <br />Richard N. Bird, Commissioner Aye <br />Carolyn Eggert, Commi s s i o n e r Aye <br />John W. Tippin, Commi ssioner Aye <br />