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Pine Knoll shore-line. volume (None) 1973-1978, July 01, 1974, Image 1

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PINE KNOLL SHORE LINE Issue #15 COMISSIONERS* MEETING, JUNE 13, I974 July 197^ EDITORSI M, Doll -Phone 726-7521 B* Hammon " 726-6358 Ko.yor Redfleld nnnounced "the nomlna’fcion of* Mr# T» D» Bure as the Town*s nominee to the Coastal Resourrss Goriialss,lon, Mr, Jack Savage spoke? on the need for a Civil Defense Director for the Town, He suggested all towns on Bogue Banks work together in tho future on handling dis aster procedures effectively. He emphasized that Civil Defense costs nothing but is of tremendoi.is value to a.ny community in emergencieG, and that once a Civil Defense program is sot up in a toT^n, other help is available to it through the Coast Guard, Gcunty, State.and Ft;fi.oral Agencies, and others. Commissioner R&msey reported on his findings in connection with the Water and Sewer Program, Several muricipallties in Cairteret Ciouiity are considering a Federal approved grant of $200,200.j00 for a study of the sewer system needs. The total cost for P7CS in such a study would be no more than $400,00, The Commission ers decided to bo a part of the study, Mr, Ted Hearth, representing the Roosevelts, and Don Ha.ssebroek, representing Ocean Oaks, both spoke at the meeting, explaining that the Roosevelts and Ocean 0£-,ks are in th9 procen^ of getting a sewer system into the ai’ea within the next year or so which can eventually be incorporated into the regional program. Both commended the Board for entering into the cooperative study of sewer needs. Commissioner Bray announced that Venture Management, developers of Morehead Shores, is now in conformance with all zoning ordinances and plans to resume sales offers soon. The Board passed a resolution to continue to utilize the services of A, C, Davis in the mo-oquito control spraying that he had been doing experimentally, Commj.ssioner Hicks said several people had volunteered to do follow up pick up of trash along the PIC^ streets. Other volunteers are asked to call him if they feel like helping in this kind of on-going problem, SINGE THE MEETlrrGlU Lt, Colo Robert 0®Neal of Pine Knoll Shores has been appointed by the Mayor to serve as our Civil Defense Director, He will be responsible for setting up f;oe:?genciy measu::es to be followed in case of hurricanes or other disasters. The Board met specially to pass a reso3.ution which would allow the Mayor to appoint Col, O'Neal, The big house moving project is complete - rolling along recently between its originc.1 opot on Yaupon to its new official place on Bridge Road was the little house that served for so long as the PKS center, then as Don Brock's office, and now will be promoted to TOWN HALL, The Town Budget was approved at the public hearing held June 17# June saw the annual meetings of both PIKSGO and the PINE KNOLL ASSOCIATION, Pine Knoll Association met June 9 at the John Yancey Motor Hotel with Association Presi dent Carl Hammon presiding, Don Brock reporting for the nominating comiajttee placed the following names in nomination: Si Bezuyen, Gert Warner, Bill Ford, and Milton Yaeck, They were elected unanimously. Board members whose terms have not yet expired are Carl Hammon, president} Bill Doll, vice-president; Don Brock, jjouise Jolitz and George McNeill, Richard Kerr and Charles Ring, retiring members of the board, were thanked for their long and valua.ble service. The nominating committee for 1973M will be Bill Doll, Elizabeth Ames and Dean Brosp.man, Carl Hammon reported on activities of the past year, A new park area has been developed at Davis Landing with a ramp for la\niching small boats and a ^rking area for boat trailers. The board also supplied funds to purchase materials with which volunteers built the bicycle raci: at the Mimosa Beach Park, Questions about mosquito control were referred to Comr*iissioner Jim Ramsey who explained what the town proposes to do by way of mosguito control. One jjiteresting sidelight was Ray Scoggins* statement that there are now in the town of PKS 235 houses, 122 condominium units, and ^2 apartments. After the business meeting, the pcoup^adjourned to the Atlantis Lodge where the ladies of the community served hor d ouvres and everyone had a gay social hoirr, PIKSGO met one week later for the first annual meeting of this newly organized group, ’’The annual business meeting of the members of PIKSGO Corporation with their Board of Directors vas held Saturday, June 15, at 7*30 P.M. in the Ball

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