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1 <br />Messers Field, Bennett, Lanier, and others who live on Emerson Avenue between <br />Glendale Road and Citrus Road, appeared before the Board and requested some action be taken <br />in order to relieve the drainage situation in that area. The Board instructed Sherman N. <br />Smith, Jr., Attorney to write the State Road Department calling their attention to the present <br />condition. <br />A delegation from Winter Beach consisting of Mrs. Andy Baker and others, appeared <br />before the Board and presented a petition relating to the County Dump and the South Winter Beach <br />Road. After considerable discussion in the matter the Board asked their cooperation in re- <br />porting people found dumping along the side of the road leading into the county dump. The <br />Board also informed the delegation that the South Winter Beach Road was included in the second <br />ary road program and would come up for construction and repair in the very near future. <br />At the request of J. R. Holman who appeared before the Board representing the <br />Florida Opportunity Journal, and stating to the Board the need for a whole pictorial story for <br />potential visitors and residents in Indian River County and further elaborating on same, it <br />was moved by Commissioner Macdonald, seconded by Commissioner Robert W. Graves and carried <br />that the County pay $245.00 for a black and white page in said Florida Opportunity Journal, <br />to be published the first of March. Commissioner Robert W. Graves and J. R. Holman were <br />appointed a Committee to determine the contents of said page. <br />At the request of Boyd McNeal and upon Motion made by Commissioner Robert W. <br />Graves, seconded by Commissioner McCullers and unanimously carried, the Board authorized the <br />Clemann Avenue Extension Road from Walker Avenue North to Lateral A, be closed during the <br />rodeo shows to be held during the weekend of February 8, 9 and 10th. <br />Reverend Owens of Wabasso appeared before the Board and requested signs for <br />the road going past the Post Office their in Wabasso and the angle road by the church. He <br />also requested the renewal of the Civic Club's Lease. It was thereupon moved by Commissioner <br />W. C. Graves, Jr., seconded by Commissioner McCullers and carried that the County enter into <br />a new lease with the Wabasso Civic Club for a period of five years, and Attorney Smith was <br />instructed to prepare said lease for execution. <br />Mrs. Anne Christensen, County Welfare Case Worker, appeared before the Board <br />and gave a report of her activities for the Month of January and said report was ordered filed <br />by the Clerk. <br />It was moved by Commissioner W. C. Graves, Jr., seconded by Commissioner Mac- <br />donald and unanimously carried, and Sherman N. Smith, Jr., Attorney was instructed to file <br />a suit to Quiet Title on Block 6, Original Town, the proposed site for the County's Home for <br />the Aged. Chairman Hamilton then appointed Commissioner W. C. Graves, Jr. and Attorney Sherman <br />N. Smith, Jr. as a committee to determine who should hold title to this land. <br />Upon Motion made by Commissioner Macdonald, seconded by W. C. Graves, Jr. and <br />unanimously carried, the Board authorized and instructed Attorney Sherman N. Smith, Jr. and <br />Superintendent of Roads E. E. Carter, to go to Jacksonville in order to obtain as much infor- <br />mation as possible relating to the County's efforts in obtaining several acres of land on the <br />beach north of Rice's pier, presently owned by the United States Government. <br />0 <br />7 <br />1 <br />1 <br />0 <br />1 <br />1 <br />0 <br />