adoption as follows, to -wit:
<br />WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 22079 of the laws of Florida, Indian
<br />River County, Florida' has acquired title to the lands hereinafter described and the County
<br />Board of Public Instruction of Indian River County, Florida, having by proper resolution request
<br />-ed the dedication to public use and purposes and for public school use and purposes of the
<br />lands hereinafter described, by the Board of County Commissioners of said County; and the City >
<br />Council of the city of Fellsmere, Florida, being the governing body of such municipality, and
<br />within the corporate limits of said City said lands lie, having concurred in such dedication
<br />by proper resolution; and the same having been duly considered by the Board of County Commissio
<br />-vers, therefore,
<br />BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County, Florida,
<br />does hereby dedicate to public use and purposes, and to be used by the County Board of Public
<br />Instruction of Indian River County, Florida, for public school use and purposes, the lands here
<br />-inafter described, situated in Indian River County, Florida, to -wit:
<br />Lots 3 and 10 in Block 96 of the Town of Fellsmere according to Plat of said town recorded in
<br />the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of St. Lucie County, Florida in Plat Book 2 at
<br />pages 3 and 4.
<br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that said lands shall not hereafter be assessed for taxes so
<br />long as the same remain dedicated or devoted to public use; and that a certified copy of this
<br />Resolution be'delivered to the County Assessor of Taxes of said County, in order that he may
<br />so exempt said lands from taxes; and that a certified copy hereof be delivered to the City Tax
<br />,Assessor of the City of Fellsmere, Florida, in order that he may so exempt said property from
<br />The motion for the adoption of the resolution was seconded by Commissioner R. W.
<br />Graves and unanimously adopted.
<br />The next regular meeting falling on a Holiday, it was moved, seconded and carried that
<br />the next regular meeting of this Board would be held on Wednesday, January 21 1946, in lieu
<br />of Tuesday January 1, 1946.
<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 ac-
<br />counts being on file in the office 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
<br />..rules of the State Auditor, reference to such record and the list so recorded being made a parte
<br />of these minutes.
<br />The County Depository filed its monthly statement, showing receipt and disbursements
<br />of the various funds, which having been audited were found to be correct.
<br />There being no further business, on motion made, seconded and carried, the Board then
<br />+' CLERK
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<br />HDNESDAY. JANUARY 2. 1946
<br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County met at the Court House in
<br />Vero Beach, at 10:00 o'clock, A. M. Wednesday, January 2, 1946, in regular adjourned meeting
<br />with the following members of the Board present: W. C. Graves, Jr., -Chairman, Frank C. Vickersy
<br />S. E. Glover, R. W. Graves and Albert 0. Helseth. Also present were Charles A. Mitchell, At-
<br />torney, E. E. Carter, County Engineer, L. B. O'Steen, Sheriff and Douglas Baker, Clerk.
<br />The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved,