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1 <br />1 <br />THEREFORHO be it Resolved: That this Board has reason to believe and does believe <br />that because of the reasons hereinabove set forth the sufficiency of the Bond of Hon. <br />Gordon R. Olmstead as Tax Collector of said County has become impaired and is insuffi.. <br />tient to adequately protect the interests of the $tate and County to the extent of <br />0109000.00; and, <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDs That the fact of such insufficiency and impairment be at <br />once reported to the Governor of the State of Floridap and that the Governor be, and <br />he is hereby requested- to promptly call upon and require the said Gordon R. Olmstead, <br />as such Tax Collector, to execute and file with the proper officer a new bond in the <br />amount of $100000.00, in accordance with section 2420 of the Compiled General Lawn of <br />Florida; and, <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOD that the Clerk of this Board be and he is hereby directed <br />, ha : y <br />to promptly deliver a certified copy of this resolution to Hon. Gordon R.Olmstead, Tax <br />Collector of Indian River County, and to Hon. Doyle Be Carlton, Governor. <br />There being no further business on motion made, seconded and carried the Board <br />then adjourned until the regular meeting to be held in epril 1932. <br />rMan. <br />-----------------------------W------------------------------------------------------i---r J <br />TUESDAY, APRIL 5th 1932. <br />The Board of County Commissioners in and for Indian River County, Florida, met ' <br />at <br />the Court <br />douse in <br />Vero Beach, <br />at 10:00 <br />o'clock <br />A.M.Tuesday, <br />April 5th 19329 with <br />the <br />following <br />members <br />of the Board <br />present: <br />Albert <br />0. Helseth, <br />Chairman; J. D. Yongue, <br />J. W. LaBruce; J.J.P.Ham.ilton and Eli C. Walker. Also present were Miles Warren, <br />Clerk and Clark S. Rice, Sheriff. <br />The Minutes of the previous meeting were read and. approved. <br />It was ordered Mrs lay Cothern be stricken from the Mothers Pension list effect- <br />ive after paying up assignments now on file. <br />The following resolution was introduced: <br />AREAS, by reason of the limited amount of tax that can be levied for the <br />Mothers Pension Fund, and by reason of the large percentage of the real estate of <br />the County is off the tax rolls by virtue of delinquency, there appears a deficit in <br />the said Mothers Pension Fund, and, <br />WHEREAS there remains a balance in the Publicity Fund and the Agricultural Fund <br />of this County, for which no appropriations have been made and no expenditures <br />contemplated;. <br />THEREFORE, <br />BE IT <br />RESOLVED, that <br />the sum <br />of <br />X250.00 <br />be <br />transferred from the <br />Publicity.Ftind <br />to the <br />Mothers Pension <br />Fund, <br />and <br />the sum <br />of <br />0100.00 be transferred <br />from the Agricultural .Fund to the Mothers Pension Fund to meet current obligations <br />now due. <br />Upon beim put to a vote the same was unanimously adopted. <br />The Notary bond of Rachel Brocksmith in the sum of 0500.00 with Waldo B -Sexton <br />and Walter S. Buckinghssm as sureties was approved, <br />it was ordered that Tax Certificate 878 sale of July 1928 be sold for the sum <br />of $22.60 including all costs. <br />It was ordered bill of Florida Power & Light Co., in the sum of $7.799 for <br />damages to power line by Road Department be paid and is hereby approved. <br />�I <br />