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0 <br />I - <br />1 <br />40 <br />F <br />4 <br />Number of Blood tests 93 <br />Visits in behalf of clinic 10 <br />Number of F. D. patients to State <br />Board of Health Quarantine Hospital 3 <br />Commissioner Helseth introduced the following Resolution and moved its adoption, to -wit: <br />RESOLUTION - KENMORE ROAD - <br />WHEREAS, Property owners in the vicinity of the property hereinafter described have re - <br />quested <br />the opening and maintenance of a County road upon and over such right-of-way and this <br />Board having found that such road would be beneficial to the general public and that the right- <br />of-way thereof is a part of the right-of-way of Lateral C canal of Sebastian River Drainage <br />District; therefore, <br />BE IT RESOLVED, That upon the deliver to Indian River County by Sebastian River Drainage <br />District of an Easement executed by it to said County foAcounty road purposes upon and over the <br />East 50 feet of the right-of-way of that portion of Lateral .0 canal of Sebastian River <br />Drainage District extending from the South boundary or terminal of said Lateral C canal to the <br />North boundary lines of Sections 11 and 12, in Township 32.5outh, Range 38 East; <br />the same be opened as a County road subject to the provisions of such easement and that the <br />County Road Superintendent be and he is authorized and directed to maintain such road as a <br />County road. <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That said Road be known as "Kenmore Road." <br />The several bills and accounts against the County, having been audited, were examined <br />and found correct, were approved and warrants issued in settlement of same. Such bills and <br />accounts being on file in the officer of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, The Warrants so issued <br />from the respective funds being listed in the Supplemental Minute Book, as provided by the rule <br />of the State Auditor, reference to such record and the list so recorded being made epart of <br />these minutes. <br />The County Depository filed its monthly statement, showing receipts and disbursements of <br />the various funds, which having been autited were found to be correct. <br />There being no further business, on motion made, seconded and carried the Board then <br />adjourned until the regular meeting to be held in July which shall be the first Monday in July <br />as provided by law. <br />ATTEST; CHAIRMAN <br />C 6a� <br />I �+� w�--ww�i. err .f +9. s�.�n R+.•wasps.+r•w.i.�—w.---..r{Z.��luwe.�..►-m�—�F �r y►a`.�r�.�a.a-w+��+[►�.www. �r—we.w-M-r-ww <br />FRI DAY MJKE 25th= 1943 <br />w1�1�.1/4r! S..�p4 II Mt 19■ <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County met at the- Court House in <br />Vero Beac, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. Friday, June 25th, 1943 in. special meeting with the following <br />mezbers of the Board present; Wi, C. Graves, Jr., Chairman; S. N. Glover, Albert Os Relseth; <br />G. E. Barkoskis and Frank C. Vlcke:ra , Also present were C. P. Diamond, acting attorney for the <br />jBoard and Douglas Hake+, Clerk. <br />The Chairman announced this meeting was called for the purpose of inspecting and re- <br />viewing application for liquor license and such other business as might be properly brought be - <br />I fo re the Board. <br />Application of Alex MaoWilliam (Mao#s Glut) for a license to sell intoxicating liquor, <br />