MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING HELD IN REGULAR SESSION IN THE COMMISSIONERS' ROOM OF THE COUNTY COURT HOUSE AT MONTICELLO, UTAH, ON JUNE 1, 1964, AT 10 0'CLQCK A. M.
PRESENT: W. R. Hurst Acting Chairman H. T. Black Member Ada Palmer Clerk
Meeting opened at 10 o'clock a. m. with Commissioner Hurst in the Chair. K. S. Summers was excused from being present because of urgent personal business.
MINUTES READ AND APPROVED
Minutes of the previous meeting of May 25th were read and approved. Minutes of the Special Meeting on May 26th were read and approved. Motion for approval of both meetings was made by Commissioner Black, seconded by Com-missioner Hurst, and carried unanimously.
It was noted that Commissioner Hurst made the motion for forming the Water Conservancy District instead of Commissioner Black, who seconded the motion, in the May 25th Minutes. Correction made.
APPLICATION FOR CABARET LICENSE GRANTED
James J. Newport from Montezuma Creek was present to request that he be granted application for Cabaret License, The County Attorney and Rigby Wright, Deputy Sheriff, were called in for consultation. The matter was discussed regarding the ordinances of San Juan County regulating the sale of beer and dancing within the County.
A motion was made by Commissioner Black that Mr. Newport be granted his application for a Cabaret License. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Hurst, and carried unanimously.
COPY OF PETITION AND ORDER ACCEPTED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
The Clerk delivered a copy of the Petition and Order in Civil No. 2448, In the Matter of the Organization of the San Juan County Water Conservancy District, Pursuant to Title 73, Chapter 9, Utah Code Annotated, 1953 as Amended.
A motion was made by Commissioner Black that that the Board accept the Petition and Order. The motion was sec-onded by Commissioner Hurst and carried.
AUTHORITY TO PROCEED WITH CONSTRUCTION OF AIRPORT
A copy of the letter from Neff Engineering and Construction Company has been received as follows:
Neff Engineering and Construction Company 2500 Evergreen Avenue Salt Lake City 9, Utah
May 28, 1964
Whiting and Haymond Construction Co. Springville, Utah
Re: San Juan County Airport - FAAP 9-42-037-C403 Gentlemen:
This is your notice and authority to proceed with the construction of the above referenced project, as of this date.
Very truly yours,
John Elwood Neff John Elwood Neff
FIRING PERIOD - JUNE 9TH
Word has been received that a firing period will be on June 9th, 1964 between the hours of 7 a. m. and 7 p. m.
LETTER - MONTICELLO STREET WORK
The following letter has been received from the City of Monticello:
City of Monticello
P. 0. Box 847 35 West - First North
May 26, 1964
Board of County Commissioners San Juan County Monticello, Utah
The City of Monticello requests that street work be done by the County Road Department in the city during 1964 in the amount of $|5,937.96. This figure is arrived at as follows:
Carry-over credit from 1963 $ 5,992.70
Snow removal credit from 1962 1,111.00
1964 Class "C" Road Funds 4,416.63
Class "C" Funds matched by County 4,416.63
We hope that this arrangement will be satisfactory with the commission, and we wish to again express our apprec-iation to you for the street work the County Road Department does within the city.
CITY OF MONTICELLO
K. R. Bailey, Jr. K. R. Bailey, Jr. Mayor
The above figure coincides with the figure on which approval was given in the meeting of May 25th.
REGISTRATION AGENTS APPOINTED
The following Registration Agents were appointed for the various Voting Districts of San Juan County:
Bluff #1 Ineze Wilson
Monticello #2-A Josephine Pehrson
Monticello #2-B Ila Redd
Blanding #3-A Susan Butt
Blanding #3-8 Irene H. Redd
La Sal #4 Roberta Wilcox
Cedar Point #5 Nina Gilbreth
Ucolo #6 Helen Redshaw
White Canyon #7 Amy McDonald
Aneth #8 Bruce Burman
Mexican Hat #9 Anna Pehrson
Montezuma Creek #10 Sue Ashcroft
Gouldings #10) Maurice Knee
Navajo Mountain #12 Joe Folgheraiter
COMMISSIONER BLACK REPORTS
Commissioner Black reported that he had been contacted by Mr. Sitrud, Chairman of the Emery County Commission, in regards to display space at the Utah State Capitol Building. Mr. Sitrud was disappointed that the space for Emery and Carbon County was so small and the space for San Juan County was much larger. He was desirous of knowing if the San Juan County Commission would consider a division of their space with Emery and Carbon Coun-ties.
Mr. Sitrud also asked about TV in San Juan County and stated that the University had made their survey and that San Juan County would be brought in on Channel #7 through the Home Mountain installation at Orange-ville.
Mr. Black also stated that the Mexican Hat installation is now ready for hook-ups to individual residents.
Mr. Black also desired that the San Juan County Commission make application for matching funds for secondary road projects.
Mr. Black also desired that the County Clerk write to the University of Utah TV for information as to whether the County or State should take care of the licensing for Channel #7.
THE FOLLOWING BILLS WERE APPROVED FOR PAYMENT:
Louise Duckett Deputy Clerk's Salary for May, 1964 $ 330.00
Clytie E. Barber Deputy Clerk's Salary for May, 1Q64 258.33
Eloise 0. Fullmer Deputy Assessor Salary for May, 1964 34O.OO
Donald V. Blake Salary for May, 1964 583.33
Carols Baker Salary & Expense for May, 1964 408.70
Maxine Peterson Clerk's Office, 76 hrs. @ $1.50, Recorder, 52 1/2 hrs. @ $1.50
Public Health Nurse, 29 hours @ $l.50 248.25
Vera W. Hazleton Salary & Expenses for May, 1964 481.00
Fern S. Peterson Sec. for Public Health Nurse, 16 hrs. @ $1.50 24.00
Nancy Cahoon Sec. for County Attorney, l47 hrs. @ $1.25 183.75
Josephine H. Pehrson 157 1/2 hrs. in Recorder's Office @ $1.50 236.25
June Maughan 16 hrs. work in Recorder's Office @ $1.50 24.75
Angela Thayer Ul hours work in Recorder's Office @ $1.50 61.50
Rigby Wright Salary & Expense for May, 1964 440.93
John Dufur Salary for May, 1964 450.00
Carlos Hall Salary for May, 1964 455.00
Chauncey Black Salary for May, 1964 455.00
Darlene Low Salary for May, 1964 320.00
Kansas City White Goods Mfg. Co. Jail Expense 24.74
Robert J. Fellmeth IBM Processing for May, 1964 175.55
State Auditor 2 Sets Uniform Accounting Budget Forms 2.00
John Stewart 178 hrs. ® $2.20 & 30^ hrs. @ $1.50 437..35
Keith G. Himmelberger l68| hrs. @ $1.90 239.l5
Philip G. Himmelburger 137 hrs. @ $1.75 4.88
Intermountain Printing & Sta. Supplies for Assessor's Office 4.88
Ralph Burtenshaw Mileage for May, 1964 - 906 @ 8 cents 72.48
Corless Chapman Attendance at Welfare meeting 5.00
Kenneth Summers Attendance at Welfare meeting 5.00
Mabel Wight Attendance at Welfare meeting 5.00
Jim Crowley Attendance at Welfare meeting 5.00
Alma Redd Attendance at Wfelfare meeting 5.00
Hilda Perkins Attendance at Welfare meeting 5.00
The Hut, c/o Lou Plank Gasoline 4.20
Office Equipment Company Typewriter Ribbons 3.5l
Turquoise Cafe Travel & Mileage expense - Sheriff's Office 2.50
San Juan Record Clerk's Office & Roads Shop 241.4O
Nat'l. Sheriff's Information Bur. 1964 Directory 5.50
San Juan Hospital Services to James Mosley & Jim Long 7.50
Pembroke's Supplies for Surveyor's Office 34.75
Continental Oil Company Gasoline for Public Health Dept. 44.50
Phillips Petroleum Co. Gasoline for Sheriff's Department 16.25
The Eagle Company Uniforms for Ambulance Drivers 19.23
Salt Lake Stamp Company Supplies for Recorder & Public Office 13.67
WEED & RODENT CONTROL
Eldon Johnson Salary & Mileage for May, 1964 439.90
Jack Kirby Weed & Rodent - 104 hours © $1.80 187.20
Cloyd Johnson Weed & Rodent - 24 hours © $1.80 43.20
Harris Cleon Shumway Travel expense to pick up Carryall 30.00
Frontier Refining Co. Gasoline used by Road Supt. 9.28
Sipe Repair Shop Repairs 18.05
Truck Insurance Exchange Insurance Premium 128.90
San Miguel Power Assn. Electric Power for LaSal Recreation Center 2.80
Motor Parts Comoany Supplies 6.38
Shulson-Dillon Athletic Supply Co. Basketballs 65.70
Parkway Surper Service Diesel Fuel 1.50
John Helquist Hire of Tractor 15.00
Mexican Hat Association Lights at Ball Field 13.20
Black Oil Company Fuel 7.l4
Palmer's Doxol Service 1-6L6 Tube 8.60
San Juan Record Supplies 5.14
Western Mine Supply Co. Supplies 56.38
Midland Telephone Co. Tolls & Service 23.75
Monticello Lumber Company Supplies 288.42
Monticello Communications Maintenance on 3 Abajo Peak Translators for May 150.00
Utah Gas Service Gas for swimming Pool 68.28
City of Monticello Electrical Service for Swimming Pool 15.08
Gift Shop Jewelers, Moab Engraving 21.12
Bill Dunow, Jr. Wages for May 107.50
Grant Leavitt Salary for May 450.00
John Seely Salary for May 230.00
LaRay Alexander Salary for May & Milea ge 136.00
Sam F. Parry Salary for May 458.33
Eloise Mahon 2 1/2 hours @ $1.35 3.38
Gene Y. Hacking Salary for May 275.00
Richard L. Smith Airoort Attendant for May, 1964 150.00
There being no more business to come before the Board at this time, upon motion, meeting adjourned.
Ada Palmer, Clerk W.R. Hurst, Chairman, Board of Commissioners