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9 <br />There being no further business, upon Motion made, seconded and carried, the <br />meeting was adjourned. <br />ATTEST: <br />ER <br />C, <br />CHATHMAN <br />TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1955 <br />THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS of Indian River County met at the Courthouse <br />at Vero Beach,'Indian River County, in a regular meeting at 9:00 o'clock A. M. Tuesday, <br />November 1, 1955, with the following members present: Commissioners if. C. Graves, Jr., <br />Chairman, J. J. P. Hamilton, H. C. Watts, Aubrey L. Waddell and Allison Warren. Also present <br />were E. E. Carter, Road & Bridge Superintendent, Sherman N. Smith, Jr., Attorney, Sam Joyce, <br />Sheriff, and Douglas Baker, Clerk. <br />Minutes of meetings of September 6, September 16th, October 4th and October <br />21st were read and all were approved upon Motion of Commissioner Hamilton, seconded by <br />Commissioner Watts and carried. <br />Commissioner Waddell and Clerk Baker were instructed to request Lyman Twitchell <br />to fill in as,County Agent after November 1st until such time as a new County Agent could <br />be selected to replace Jack T. McCown._ <br />Chairman Graves announced that a budget meeting of the State Road Department <br />would be held at 3:00 o'clock P.M. Monday, November 21st in Fort Lauderdale, and all members <br />together with the Road and Bridge Superintendentand County Attorney were to attend. <br />stated that he wanted to give the County a hundred foot right of way for a new location of <br />A -1-A in exchange for the present location o f A -1-A. The County Attorney was instructed to <br />prepare such an agreement with the thought in mind that the County would like to get some <br />ocean frontage for a park if at all possible. <br />Upon Motion of Commissioner Warren, 'seconded by Commissioner Waddell and <br />carried, Bethel Isles, Unit nl was tentatively approved. <br />Upon Motion of Commissioner tbarren, seconded by Commissioner Waddell and carried, <br />the Board tentatively agreed to sell to Kurt Kraft, agent, Lots 37, 38, and 39, Block 1, <br />Langwick'S/D at a minimum base bid of $100.00 per front foot and to buy from Burks, Lots 26, <br />279 and 28, Block 2 at a price of $40.00 per front foot. <br />Sherman N. Smith, Jr, County Attorney, was also requested to take up with the <br />Chairman Graves announced that he had contacted <br />Mr. Hewitt and Mr. Cherry <br />regarding purchase <br />of land lying North and´┐ŻWest of the Couthouse but bhat he was not too <br />optomistic in <br />the matter. It was decided that Chairman Graves <br />and E. E. Carter would continue <br />their efforts <br />along this line. <br />It was moved by Commissioner'Hamilton, seconded <br />by Commissioner Watts and <br />carried, that <br />architect Bill Taylor together with E. E. Carter <br />and Douglas Baker, Clerk as <br />a committee to <br />study the situation as to additional Courthouse <br />space needed and report back <br />to the Board, <br />Robert F. Lloyd, representing Mr. Van Busch, appeared before the Board and <br />stated that he wanted to give the County a hundred foot right of way for a new location of <br />A -1-A in exchange for the present location o f A -1-A. The County Attorney was instructed to <br />prepare such an agreement with the thought in mind that the County would like to get some <br />ocean frontage for a park if at all possible. <br />Upon Motion of Commissioner Warren, 'seconded by Commissioner Waddell and <br />carried, Bethel Isles, Unit nl was tentatively approved. <br />Upon Motion of Commissioner tbarren, seconded by Commissioner Waddell and carried, <br />the Board tentatively agreed to sell to Kurt Kraft, agent, Lots 37, 38, and 39, Block 1, <br />Langwick'S/D at a minimum base bid of $100.00 per front foot and to buy from Burks, Lots 26, <br />279 and 28, Block 2 at a price of $40.00 per front foot. <br />Sherman N. Smith, Jr, County Attorney, was also requested to take up with the <br />