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A RESOLUTION OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, <br />FLORIDA, CANCELLING CERTAIN TAXES UPON <br />PUBLICLY OWNED LANDS, PURSUANT TO SECTION <br />198.28, FLORIDA STATUTES. <br />WHEREAS, section 196.28, Florida Statutes, allows the Board of <br />County Commissioners of each County to cancel and discharge any and all <br />Hens for taxes, delinquent or current, held or owned by the county or the <br />state, upon lands heretofore or hereafter conveyed to or acquired by any <br />agency, governmental subdivision, or municipality of the state, or the United <br />States, for road purposes, defense purposes, recreation, reforestation, or <br />other public use; and <br />WHEREAS, such cancellation must be by resolution of the Board of <br />County Commissioners, duly adopted and entered upon its minutes properly <br />describing such lands and setting forth the public use to which the same are <br />or will be devoted; and <br />WHEREAS, upon receipt of a certified copy of such resolution, <br />proper officials of the county and of the state are authorized, empowered, <br />and directed to make proper entries upon the records to accomplish such <br />cancellation and to do all things necessary to carry out the provisions of <br />section 196.28, F.S.; <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY <br />COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, that any and all <br />liens fur taxes delinquent or current against the following described lands, <br />which were acquired for right-of-way from Sal P. Suriano; Steven R. Taylor <br />and Patricia McDonald; Victor and Mildred E. Griffin; and Edwin E. and <br />Betty D. Flannery, are hereby cancelled pursuant to the authority of section <br />196.28, F.S. <br />See attached Maintenance Map for 26th Street <br />(Walker Avenue) describing lands, recorded in <br />Plat Book 14, Pages 18-18A, Public Records of <br />Indian River County, Florida. <br />The resolution was moved for adoption by Commissioner p 9 y e r t , <br />and the motion was seconded by Commissioner A d a m c , and, upon being <br />put to a vote, the vote was as follows: <br />1 <br />