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1 <br />0 <br />1 <br />0 <br />1 <br />1 <br />then adjourned. <br />• • <br />ATTES • <br />CLERK <br />--W ---------------------------------- M ----------------------------- M ----------------- W ---- M---- <br />FRIDAY, <br />-W----------------------------------------------------------------M-----------------W--------- <br />FRIDAY. -DEC EMBER 2$. 1951 <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County met at the Court House <br />in special meeting at 10:00 o'clock A. M., Friday, December 28, 1951 with the following members <br />present: Tom N. Stewart, Chairman;.W. C. Graves, Jr., H. C. Watts, J. J. F. Hamilton and Aubrey <br />L. Waddell. Also present were Sherman N. Smith, Jr., Attorney; E. E. Carter, Road and Bridge <br />Superintendent; L. B. O'Steen, Sheriff; and Douglas Baker, Clerk. <br />Chairman Stewart announced this meeting was called for the purpose of discussing <br />and considering Rights of Way problems relating to Road U. S. #1, and such other business as <br />might be properly brought before this Board. <br />Judge L. M. Merriman, State Road Right of Way Attorney, was present and the Board <br />did discuss road rights of way matters relating to U. S. #1, and committees were appointed to <br />take action as to several matters and problems. <br />Mr. E. M. Becton, representing the Mosquito Control District, appeared before <br />the Board and requested sufficient space at the grounds of the County barns for the placing of <br />equipment owned by the Indian River Farms Drainage District under shelter, and discussed with <br />the Board the possibility of a savings to the citizens and tax payers of the County by working <br />together with the Board, notonly in providing shelter and space for said equipment, but also re- <br />garding maintenance and repair work of the equipment. The Board received this request and sug- <br />gestion with favor, and upon motion of Commissioner Graves, seconded by Commissioner Waddell and <br />unanimously carried, E. E. Carter, Road and Bridge Superintendent, was appointed by the Board to <br />work with Mr. Becton along the suggested lines and also that they contact members of the Indian <br />River Farms Drainage District Board in order that a similar arrangement be made with them. <br />Chairman Tom N. Stewart presented to the Board his resignation to become effec- <br />tive not later than December 31, 1951 and stated that the reason for doing so was that he plan- <br />ned to move from the District which he represented to another part of the County. Mr. Stewart <br />further stated that it had been a real pleasure to cooperate with the Board and had the satis- <br />faction of feeling that all the Members together had done a great deal for the County. In con- <br />nection with his resignation, Chairman Stewart also stated that Mr. Allison Warren would be ap- <br />pointed to fulfill his position to become effective January 1, 1952• <br />County Commissioner,'b bond for Miles Allison Warren in the sum of $2,000.00 with <br />U. S. Fidelty and Guaranty Company of Maryland, as surety, was approved. <br />Notary Public bond for Agatha B. Snyder in the sum of $500.00 with Lumbermen's <br />Mutual Casualty Company, Chicago, Illinois, was approved by Douglas Baker, Clerk Circuit Court, <br />December 8, 1951 as provided by law. <br />Notary Public bond for Kay A. Daily in the sum of $500.00 with American Fire and <br />Casualty Company, Orlando, Florida, was approved by Douglas Baker, Clerk Circuit Court, December <br />129 1951, as provided by law. <br />There being no further business, on motion duly made, seconded and carried, the <br />Board then adjourned to meet at 10:00 o'clock A. M., Friday, January 4. 1952 for the next regu- <br />lar meeting in lieu of Tuesday, January 1, 1952, which is New Year's. <br />ATTER • CHAIRMAN <br />