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0 <br />Lots 8 and 9, Block 30, Original Town of Vero, Indian River County, Florida, for the total <br />sum of $15,000.00, or the County offered to buy from Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt, Lots 24, 25, 26, <br />and 27, Block 35, Original Town for $15,000.0.0. With respect to the property in Block 35, <br />if the county purchased the property it would agree that Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt would retain <br />title to the buildings and would have a period of one year from closing of the sale to remove <br />the buildings from the property. <br />Upon Motion made by Commissioner Robert W. Graves, seconded by Commissioner <br />G Macdonald and unamiously carried, the Board authorized the following letter�,of agreemenp <br />d relating to obtaining right of way deed on State Road #5 or U. S. #1 for the <br />Sebastian-Wabasso area. <br />February 21, 1957 <br />Mr. and Mrs. I. R. James <br />Sebastian, Florida <br />Dear Mr. and Mrs. James: <br />In re: SRD No. 91. <br />In consideration of your conveyance of the right of way described <br />in the above deed, Indian River County, acting by and through its <br />Board of County Commissioners, agrees with you as follows: <br />1. The County will install a 30 foot culvert at your driveway prior <br />to the time of completion of the new construction. <br />This agreement is approved by the Board of County Commissioners at <br />its meeting as shown by its minutes. <br />Sincerely yours, <br />Board of County Commissioners <br />of Indian River County, Florida <br />By <br />Chairman <br />- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - M " - <br />• <br />Commissioner Robert W. Graves said that Clerk Baker -wanted' the action <br />of the board made at a previous meeting, rescinded, as to making copies of the minutes and <br />V <br />mailing to each Commissioner, but that he would still like to have copies made and mailed. <br />It was brought out that sometimes the minutes were so long because of all the resolutions. <br />Attorney Smith stated that he would check with the Auditor to see if the resolutions could <br />be numbered and entered by number in the minutes instead of writing the resolutions in full. <br />Upon Motion made by Commissioner W. C. Graves, Jr., seconded by Robert W. Graves and carried, <br />the Board decided to adopt this method of entering Resolutions in the minutes providing it <br />is OK'ed by the Auditor, and that Clerk Baker could either have the minutes typed and mailed <br />to each Commissioner or photostat the minutes and mail to each Commissioner, whichever was <br />easier for him. <br />There being no further business, upon motion made, seconded and carried, the <br />Board then adjourned. <br />' ATTEST: <br />I - <br />Chairman <br />C erk <br />VIII �, <br />
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