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said years 1933 and 1932, not later than December 15th provided the some can be based €j <br />computed upon the valuation as fixed for the latter year; <br />THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of County Commissioners, of Indian River <br />County, that the Railroad Assessment Board be requested and urged to pe nnit said Railm <br />Company to pay all State and County taxes for the year 1931, based upon the assessed <br />valuation for the year 1932, provided all taxes for both years are paid within fifteen <br />days after the adoption of this resolution. <br />The above resolution was offered by Commissioner LaB ruee, and being seconded by <br />Commissioner Yongue.was unanimously adopted. <br />It was ordered that Clerks and Inspectors of the various voting precincts, as well <br />as the Deputies at the polls, be paid the sum of $4.00 each for such services. <br />V7. R. Duncan, Tax Assessor, presented bills and accounts against the various <br />special taxing Districts of the County, for 4/5 of the commissions due from such sever <br />special taxing Districts on account of fees due him for assessing the taxes for the <br />year 1932. Such bills being presented in conformity to law, and having been carefully <br />audited, were examined and found correct same were duly approved by this Boarid, as <br />follows: <br />zeaaszian sniet mstrict. <br />:special School Dist #1 <br />#7 <br />n n #8-9 <br /># 11 <br />14 <br />16 <br />& G 'Special Road <br />Fellsmere Cross State Rd. <br />TOTAL <br />LES 2 <br />AMOUNT DUE. <br />3809.61 <br />761.92 <br />45.72 <br />2856.08 <br />1531.20 <br />91.87 <br />2887.47 <br />577.48 <br />34.65 <br />5154.16 <br />1030.82 <br />61.85 <br />29837.56 <br />5967.50 <br />358.05 <br />2125.61 <br />425.12 <br />25.51 <br />1855.49 <br />371.08 <br />22.27 <br />29894.80 <br />5978.96 <br />358.73 <br />7495.72 <br />1499.14 <br />89.95 <br />It was ordered that no more negroes be buried at County expense by Stone Brothers <br />( colored) Undertakers. It vans further ordered that when death occurs those in charge <br />of the deceased must make satisfactory\,,arraingements with the Commissioner in the Dist <br />where the deceased lived, otherwise no bill will be approved for such service. <br />at <br />The several bills and accounts against the County having been audited, were examin�d <br />and found correct, were approved and warrants ordered issued in settlement of some. <br />The bills and accounts being on file in the office of the Clerk Circuit Court. The war- <br />rants issued in settlement of the accounts being listed completely in the County finance <br />record as provided by law, reference to such record and the list so recorded being made <br />a part'of these minutes as fully and completely as if the said warrants were set out <br />herein in detail. <br />There being no further business on motion made, seconded and carried the Board <br />then adj ourned. <br />AT ST`s Chairman. <br />Clerk. <br />-- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - <br />THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15th 1932. <br />The Board of County Commissioners in and for Indian River County, Florida, met at <br />the Court House in Vero Beach, Florida, at 3:00 o'clock P.M.Thursday, December 15th 1 <br />in special session on call of the Chairman, with the following members of the Board <br />present: Albert 0. Helseth, Chairman; J*J.P.Hamilton and Eli C. Walker. <br />The bond of Edwin A. <br />Helseth, <br />as County <br />Commissionerx District #5, <br />in the sum of <br />$29000000 with Fidelity & <br />Deposit <br />Comp any, of <br />Maryland, a corporation, <br />as suretyvas <br />approved. <br />The Clerk announced he had received a list of Confederate Pensioners and widows <br />Of Confederate. soldiers who receive pensions from the State, which was forwarded by the <br />�I <br />0 <br />1 <br />