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<br />The Board of County Commissioners in and for Indian River County, Florida' met at
<br />the court House
<br />._ a ... in Vero Beach, at 2:00 o'clock P.Y. pursuant to call of the Chairman,
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<br />with the following -members of..the Board present: Albert . Helseth, Chairman, J.DYongue«`.
<br />J.W.LaBraee; J-.J.P.Hamilton and Eli C. Walker, Also present were Miles Warren,Clerk
<br />And Clark R. Rice, Sheriff.
<br />The Chairman announced the special meeting was called for the purpose of consider-
<br />Ing a settlement between the County and the Columbia Casualty Company, surety on the
<br />official bond of Gordon R. Olmstead, former Tex Collector.
<br />James -T. Voeelle, attorney for the Columbia Casualty Company appeared before the
<br />Board regarding the claims against Gordon R Olmstead, former Tax Collector and his
<br />official bond and made the following proposition, as final settlement on the -bond.
<br />$6,000.00 in Rt Lucie County, Florida bonds
<br />30400.00 in Special R & B Dist #1 bonds of this County
<br />11,000000 in Cash.
<br />After considerable discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Hamilton that settlemei
<br />be made in accordance with the agreement made October 19th 1932, contingent upon Olm-
<br />lmstead assigning to the present Tax Collector amounts frozen in the Farmers Bank of Vero
<br />Beach to thecredit of Gordon R Olmstead, as Tax Collector, together with the collatera
<br />and that a receipt be given in full to said Gordon R Olmstead and his sureties.
<br />The said motion was lost for want of a second.
<br />It. was ordered that the Board adjourn until 2x00 o'clock P.Y.Thursday, October
<br />27th. 1932.
<br />The Board then adjourned until Thursday, October 27th.1932 at 2:00 o-'clock.P.Y.
<br />ATTEST: _ Chairman
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<br />TEMIR Y 9; OCTOBER 27th 1932. .
<br />The Board
<br />of County Commissioners
<br />in and for Indian River County, Florida,
<br />met at
<br />the Court House
<br />in Vero Bench, Et 2:00
<br />o'clock P.Y.Thursday, October 27th 1932,
<br />to adjournment on Tuesday, October 25th 19329 with the following members of the Board
<br />presents Albert 0. Helseth, Chairman; J. D. Yongue; J. W. JaBBruce; J.J.P.Hamilton and
<br />Eli C. Walker. Also "present was biles Warren, Clerk.
<br />Yr Dewey A. Knight, attorney for the Columbia Casualty Company, surety on the
<br />official bond of former Tax Collector, Gordon R Olmstoad, appeared before the Board and
<br />discussed the matter of ,& complete settlement between this Board and the said Company
<br />as such surety.
<br />Atter considerable discussion, It was moved by Commissioner Hamilton that s6ttlem
<br />be made in accordance with agreement and understanding had on October 19th 1932, which
<br />is as follo*ss "The Board having instructed their attorney to make formal demand on
<br />Gordon R Olmstead and his surety for alleged shortage as shown by the State Auditor's
<br />report, it was moved by Commissioner LaBruce that the proposition be accepted as made
<br />by .Attorney Tomlinson and receipt be gigen cordon R Olmstead and his bondsmen for
<br />$6,000.00 Bt' Lucie County, Florida, bonds and $99847.59 in cash being settlement of
<br />amounts unaccounted for an shown;by 'State Auditor's report of October 2nd 1932, or the
<br />date Yr Olmstead retired from -that office." 13uch action to be taken contingent upon
<br />Yr. Olmsteada assigning to the "present Tag Collector amounts frozen in the Farmers Bank
<br />of Vero Beach, to the credit of Gardon R Olmstead as Tax Collector, together with the
<br />collateral, and that receipt be given in full to said Gordon R Olmstead and his sureties.