<br />I investigated said matter and being fully satisfied that said claim is a valid one$ q
<br />It is considered and ordered, upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, that the
<br />6a Clerk of the Circuit Court of Indian River County be and he is hereby instructed to issue a u
<br />duplicate Tax Sale Certificate in favor of the above named applicant in lieu of the Certificated
<br />above described which has been lost or destroyed, and that proper record of same be entered in
<br />the Tax Sale Record in the office of the said Clerk, as provided in Chap. 193.59 of the Fla.
<br />W. C. Gr ves Jr
<br />Attests Chairman, board Co. Commrs,
<br />Douglas Baker (CO. COWS. SEAL)
<br />Clerk to Board
<br />Tentative plans to re -district the County as to County Commissioners' districts ac-
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<br />cording to population as provided by the Constitution was discussed, likewise, re -districting
<br />of election districts; however, no action was taken at this meeting as the matter would be
<br />further discussed and considered at a regular adjourned meeting.
<br />j! Douglas Baker, Clerk, presented minutes of a committee meeting between a committee
<br />�from this Board and the Minter Beach Progressive Association together with Honorable Alex
<br />MacWilliam regarding recreational pier at Winter Beach. Said committee meeting or report was
<br />,I received and ordered filed with the Clerk.
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<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 />i; 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
<br />part of these minutes.
<br />The County Depository filed its monthly statement, showing receipts 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
<br />then adjo rnedl, until 3sOO o'clock P. M., Saturday, October 31, 1 7.
<br />ATT s CHAIRMAN
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<br />SATUMAL OCTOBER 11' 1947.
<br />An adjourned regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners of Indian River
<br />County, Florida, was held in the County Commissioners Meeting Room in the Indian River County
<br />Courthouse at Vero Beach, ffiorida, at 3:00 P. M. October 11, 1947. Chairman W. C. Graves, Jr.,
<br />presided. Present were Commissioners W. C. Graves, Jr., S. E. Glover, J. L. Helpling, Albert 0„
<br />k Helseth and Frank C. Vickers; also Clerk of the Circuit Court Douglas Baker, Board Attorney,
<br />,Charles A. Mitchell, and County Road Superintendent, E. E. Carter. The Chairman announced that
<br />all members of the Board were present.
<br />Commissioner S. E. Glover -introduced the following Resolution and moved its adoption
<br />and which motion for the adoption of the Resolution was seconded by Commissioner Frank C.
<br />Vickers. Upon roll call, the Resolution was unanimously adopted by the following votes
<br />j .Ayes: Commissioners Graves, Glover, Helpling, Helseth, and Vickers.
<br />Nays* Mone.
<br />The resolution, being so adopted, be,pg spread upon these Minutes in fall as followW