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1 <br />1 <br />0 <br />1 <br />i <br />1 <br />1 <br />40 <br />Ift <br />positing same with the new bank. <br />Mr. Lester Burke appeared before the Board and requested that when there is a zoning, <br />change to be made that the surrounding property owners should be notified. Upon Motion made <br />by Commissioner W. C. Gra ves, Jr., seconded by Commissioner Robert Graves and unanimously <br />carried the Board recommended that the County Zoning Commission and the Board of Adjustment <br />be requested to.consider the thought of requiring applicants for change in zoning or applicant <br />for variance to make a deposit to the county in a sum sufficient to pay the cost of preparing <br />the application and that they further consider the question of having notices actually mailed <br />to the persons to whom property.was assessed on -the county tax rolls being within a certain <br />distance, for instance 1,000 feet, of the property requested to be changed or the property <br />for which the variance is requested, and that each board communicate its ideas on this subject <br />to the Commissioners. <br />Jim Landon of the Shoupe Voting Machine Company appeared before the Board and stated <br />that the price of voting machines would be increased in the very near future. He further <br />stated that the price of each machine now as $1740-.00 and would be raised probably around <br />$50.00 and if the Commissioners would give him an order now they could have them at the lower <br />price and would not have to pay anything on them until the new budget goes into effect. Upon <br />Motion made by Commissioner W. C. Graves, Jr., seconded by Commissioner D. B. McCullers, Jr., <br />and unanimously carried, the Board requested the Supervisor of.Registration, Clerk and Attorney, <br />be instructed to make a study of the election costs, costs of voting machines and their re- <br />commendation with respect to the possibility of evening up the number of registered voters <br />in each precinct around 500, and their estimates of what savings, if any, these things would <br />accomplish. <br />Robert F. Lloyd, Engineer together with two representatives of the Mackle Company. <br />appeared before the Board requesting tentative approval of Plat of Vero Beach Highlands. Upon <br />Motion made by Commissioner Robert Graves, seconded by Commissioner McCullers and unanimously <br />carried, the Board approved that part of the proposed plat of Vero Beach Highlands prepared <br />I for the Mackle Company as it pertains to the East and West Street including the proposed cross- <br />ing over the Florida East Coast Railroad, and that as to the remainder of the proposed plat, <br />the matter is referred to the Superintendent of Roads to work out the details in line with <br />the comments and desires of the County with particular reference'to providing one-half of the <br />right of way for a 70 foot road East and West on the North line, and working out a better tie- <br />in to the not included property, and specifically to include a 70 foot right of way for the. <br />Old Dixie Highway. That the Commissioners authorize the Mackle Company to deal directly with <br />the State Road Department on the matter of lowering the location of the Old Ducie Highway at <br />the intersection where it crosses the railroad. <br />Mr. Robert F. Lloyd also presented another plat for tentative approval. This is a <br />proposed subdivision for LaPorte and Delisle. Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of <br />Roads, and upon Motion.made by Commissioner W. C. Graves, Jr., seconded by Commissioner Robert <br />Graves and unanimously carried, this proposed plat was tentatively approved. <br />Mr. Lloyd presented a Replat of the Town of Wauregan„for tentative approval and afte <br />considerable discussion in the matter and upon Motion made by Commissioner Robert Graves, <br />