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Tuesday, July 26, 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 />July 26, 1988, at 9:00 o'clock A.M. Present were Don C. <br />Scurlock, Jr., Chairman; Gary C. Wheeler, Vice Chairman; Richard <br />N. Bird; Margaret C. Bowman; and Carolyn K. Eggert. Also present <br />were Charles P. Balczun, County Administrator; Charles P. <br />Vitunac, Attorney to the Board of County Commissioners; Joseph <br />Baird, OMB Director; and Virginia Hargreaves, Deputy Clerk. <br />The Chairman called the meeting to order, and Commissioner <br />Eggert led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. <br />ADDITIONS TO THE AGENDA/EMERGENCY ITEMS <br />Chairman Scurlock asked that one item be added under the <br />Administrator's items as 9A (8) = A request for a survey updating <br />cross sections on the existing.Landfill cell. <br />Commissioner Eggert believed that Item 13A (1) Request for a <br />representative to serve on District 9 Health Advisory Council <br />had been taken at an earlier meeting and that Steve Holmes had <br />been appointed. <br />Administrative Aide Forlani confirmed that this had been <br />done and Item 13A should be deleted. <br />Commissioner Bird requested that an item be added under his <br />matters authorizing the County Attorney to work with the Gifford <br />Progressive League in drawing up by-laws for the new community <br />center. <br />The Chairman suggested that item be added to the Consent <br />Agenda as Item 6A (8). <br />BOOK 6 PAGE. A47 <br />
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