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He also noted that the local hospital had passed a resolu- tion of similar intent. Hecker expressed regret that efforts to provide fi)r the publication of eating establish- ment inspection results in local media had been abandoned be- cause of possible legal barriers involved with the project Board Administrat,r l~andall DeHaven advised tim board that the annual budget request had been submitted to the .lefferson County Commis- sion and a copy was provided to each member. }tecker dis- cussed the matching provision by the state for additional funding provided by the com- mission. The administrator dis- cussed several new employee- prospecting efforts. Public Health Nurse Nancy Stolipher, RN. added that the nurse va- cancy had been filled. It was noted that Dr. Rosemarie Cannaretla and Ms. Stolipher had attended a ses- sion in Charleston which pro- vided for instruction on admin- istering smallpox vaccine. 3 .ludi Rice, RS, Sanitarian supervisor, advised the board that two cases of Lyme Disease were investigated recently and that two raccoon specimens were submitted fbr rabies test- ing with one positive result. She also reported on her atten- dance, along with other staff members, at several inservice training programs inw)lving bio-terrorism threat aware- ness. The chairman discussed the Health Fair scheduled April 12 al the (:harles Town WM-Mart Super (:enter, as well as sev- eral meetings he attended. 'l'tm next meeting .f the .Jefferson Board of HeMth wilt be held March 7. All meetings ;ire open to the public and any person may address the board. 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