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Tuesday, May 10, 1988 <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County, <br />Florida, met in Regular Session at the County Commission <br />Chambers, 1840 25th Street, Vero Beach, Florida, on Tuesday, <br />May 10, 1988, at 9:00 o'clock A.M. Present were Don C. Scurlock, <br />Jr., Chairman; Gary C. Wheeler, Vice Chairman; Richard N. Bird; <br />Margaret C. Bowman; and Carolyn K. Eggert. Also present were <br />Charles P. Balczun, County Administrator; Charles P. Vitunac, <br />Attorney to the Board of County Commissioners; Joseph Baird, OMB <br />Director; and Virginia Hargreaves, Deputy Clerk. <br />The Chairman called the meeting to order, and Commissioner <br />Bird led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. <br />ADDITIONS JO THE AGENDA/EMERGENCY ITEMS <br />The Chairman asked that the proposed Grand Harbor monument <br />be added to the agenda as a public discussion item and also that <br />an,item in regard to a "SWIM" Grant application be added under <br />the Administrator's matters. <br />Commissioner Eggert requested the addition of an item in <br />regard to Christian Senior Housing and advised that she would be <br />commenting on the North County Library under her matters. <br />Chairman Scurlock informed the Board that there has been <br />some serious water degradation in Village Green. This is not a <br />result of anything the County has done, but he would like to <br />discuss this under his'matters. <br />ON MOTION by Commissioner Eggert, SECONDED by Com- <br />missioner Wheeler, the Board unanimously added the <br />items described above to today's agenda. <br />MAY 10 1988 BOOK 72 vA"x `OM1 <br />
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