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The County Depository filed its monthly statement, showing -receipts and dis- <br />bursements of the various funds, which have been audited, were found to be correct. <br />There being no further business, on motion made, seconded and carried, the <br />Board then adjourned. <br />CHAIRMAN--) <br />ATTEST: <br />/C;) <br />E RK <br />- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - <br />THURSDAY* NOVEMBER 17,125-5 <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County, Florida, met at <br />0 the Courthouse in Vero Beach, Florida, on this the of November, 1955, at 11:00 <br />o'clock A. M. in special meeting with the following members present: Chairman W. C. Graves, <br />Jr.; H. C. Watts, J. J. P. Hamilton and Allison Warren. Absent was Aubrey L. Waddell. Also <br />present were E. E. Carter, Road & Bridge Superintendent; Sherman N. Smith, Jr., Attorney, <br />and Douglas Baker, Clerk, <br />Chairman Graves stated this meeting was called for the purpose of selecting <br />a new County Agent, and also any other business which might properly be brought before the <br />Board. <br />After careful consideration in the matter and upon the recommendation of Mr. <br />F. S. Perry of the agricultural Extension Service of the Unitersity of Florida, it was <br />moved by Commissioner Hamiltong seconded by Commissioner Watts and carried, that the Board <br />employ Mr. Forrest McCul1 rs of Polk County, as County Agent of Indian River County, said <br />employment to begin on or about December 16, 1955, <br />Mr. Kurt H. Kraft, representing certain parties or clients, appeared before <br />the Board and requested the County to sell the East 15 feet of Lot 9 and the East 15 feet <br />of Lot 30, Block 2 Langwick SID with the understanding that the purchaser would deed or <br />dedicate 7Y feet of said land to the City of Vero Beach, which would be needed and used by <br />the City for a proposed sewer system. Chairman Graves appointed a committee consisting of <br />Allison Warren, E. E. Carter, and Sherman N. Smith, Jr. together with Mr. Kurt H. Kraft to <br />work out a deal with the City and to find out and obtain information regarding the proposed <br />sewer system plan. <br />Mr. Jim Landon, representative of Voting Machines, appeared before the Board <br />to see if they would be interested in five or six voting machines on a trial basis, to be <br />used in the first and second primary elections come 'next May. A Committee of Sherman N. <br />Smith, Jr., Allison Marren and Clerk Baker, were appointed to go into the matter with Mr. <br />Landon and report back to the Board as to the cost of renting and/or purchasing the voting <br />machines as compared .with the cost of conducting elections in the past, with the voting <br />machines. <br />Lou Tiller appeared before the Board and stated that he and a couple others <br />is owned Lots 1 and 2 Jandreau SID and they wanted the Right -of -way -on AlA shifted 150 feet <br />West of the tentative plan. E. E. Carter and Sherman N. Smith, Jr. were appointed as a <br />committee to look into the matterl <br />