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AM <br />TMMMA 3W UARY 7th 19330 <br />The Board of County Commissioners in and for Indian River County, Florida, met at <br />the Court House in Vero Beach, at 10:00 o'clock A.Y.Tuesday, February 7th 19339 with the <br />following members of the Board present: J.J.P.Hamilton, Chai=an; J.D.Yongue; Wm. T. <br />Feazell,Br., and Edwin A. Helseth. !Absent John N. Knight. Also present were Miles. War- <br />ren, Clerk and William Fricl;,Sheriff. <br />The minutes of the previous meetings were read and approved. <br />Adam Rorick appeared before the Board regarding $45.05 mailed G R Olmstead, Tax <br />Collector for taxes on the J.O.Eckhoff place and no receipt was issued. The Board <br />advised him there was nothing it can do in the premises. <br />R.D.Reams appeared before the Board advising that seine and fish net's and traps <br />were being used in Lake Wilmington. <br />It was moved, seconded and carried that the house occupied by the Road Superinten- <br />dent be repaired and an additional room be added. <br />Angus Sumner, State Attorney, appeared before the Board requesting that Tax Coll- <br />ector distribute funds weekly and requested the County Commissioners to follow the <br />statutes in the discharge of their duties. <br />It was moved by Commissioner Helseth and seconded by Commissioner Feasell that the <br />salary of all Bridge Tenders be set at $60.00 per month. Upon being put to a vote <br />Commissioners Helseth and Feazell voted for the zsx motion and Commissioners Yongue and <br />Hamilton voted against the same. <br />It was ordered that a vote of thanks be extended Sheriff William Frick, for mater- <br />ially reducing the criminal cost bills and the feed of prisoners for the month of <br />January, 1933, over previous months. <br />The following resolution was offered by Commissioner Feazell who moved its adoption <br />WAS, The Legislature of this State has placed a law upon the books of this Sta <br />permitting the payment of State and County taxes with bonds and/ or coupons up to and <br />including the year 1929; and, <br />;TAS, it is apparent from the Tax records of this County that it is necessary <br />and o mandatthat acceptance _._...._ _W�'7_ cf lends and/or coupons be accepted for all delinquent <br />taxes now existing on the real estate of this County# provided, of course, the State <br />tax is collected and remitted in cash; <br />TH3REPORE9 BE IT FMOOLVID, by the ,Board of County Commissioners of Indian River - <br />County, .Florida, in regular meeting assembled that the Clerk be instructed, with the ap- <br />proval of the Comptroller, to accept bonds and,/or coupons in full settlement of all <br />County taxe and bonds and/or coupons in settlement of all special taxing District ob- <br />ligate s and taxes in so far as the interest of the respective District appears as to <br />each and every year of the delinquency, and all maintenance of Special School Districts <br />to be collected in cash! <br />RE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be traneai.tted to the State <br />Comptroller for his approval and he <br />is <br />urged to improve the assise <br />and agree to acccept1:the <br />Clsrk0a reports from month to month <br />of <br />all tax sale certificates <br />now outstanding when <br />paid in bonds and/or caupons. <br />Commissioner Yongue seconded the foregoing resolution, and upon being put to a <br />vote the same was unanimously adopted: <br />L. M. Merriman, County Judge, filed his semi-annual financial statement, which <br />Is as follower <br />PdMRT OF L. M. Z RRIMM <br />L_ To the Comptroller, State of Florida, Chapter 14502, No, 209 general Laws, 1929 of <br />