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SPECIAL MEETING <br />0 <br />Friday, February 11, 1994 <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County, <br />Florida, met in Special Session in the 1st Floor Conference Room at <br />the County Administration Building, 1840 25th Street, Vero Beach, <br />Florida, on Friday, February 11, 1994, at 10:00 o'clock a.m. <br />Present were John W. Tippin, Chairman; Kenneth R. Macht, Vice <br />Chairman; Fran B. Adams; and Carolyn K. Eggert. Commissioner <br />Richard N. Bird was on vacation. Also present were James E. <br />Chandler, County Administrator; Charles P. Vitunac, County <br />Attorney; and Barbara Bonnah, Deputy Clerk. <br />The Chairman called the meeting to order and led the Pledge of <br />Allegiance to the Flag. <br />PUBLIC OFFICIALS CONFERENCE <br />Before turning the meeting over to Doug Wright, Director of <br />Emergency Services, Chairman Tippin noted that the 75 people in <br />attendance at this special meeting include council members and/or <br />representatives from the City of Vero Beach, City of Fellsmere, <br />City of Sebastian, Town of Indian River Shores, and the Town of <br />Orchid; Property Appraiser David Nolte; Tax Collector Karl <br />Zimmermann; Supervisor of Elections Ann Robinson; representatives <br />from the Sheriff's Department and the County Clerk's Office; Public <br />Health Director Dr. Bernard Berman; and representatives of various <br />civic organizations. <br />Director Wright advised that the purpose of the conference is <br />to inform elected and appointed government officials of their <br />respective response and recovery responsibilities when a disaster <br />occurs or threatens to impact the various jurisdictions in the <br />area. The presentation will also include information regarding the <br />status of legislation, such as House Bill 911, which affects <br />emergency management funding and how the new state concept of <br />operations will interface with the local emergency operations plan. <br />FEB <br />111994 <br />BOOK 1 F 7 1 <br />I <br />
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