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^ Mayor Haller also announced that the Community Appearance Commission has been
designated to perform architectural reviews and control functions as specified in the
covenants of all property oivners in commercial zones#
^ A letter from the Department of Transportation was read asldng the Town to
October as road right-of-way clean-up month. In this connection
Garden Club is planning its annual ’’Green Bag Day” for Wednesday^ October 17*
Bill Uebele, bulling inspector, in a review of construction activity, reported
there were^?2 permits issued in the first nine months of 1979, including tovmhouse
condominium uni^. At present there are 29 condominiiom units under construction
dvxellings. Five additional dwelling plans are nov; being processed.
GAi^^^N CLUB SETg_ The^ Pine Knoll Shores Garden Club has set Wednesday, October 17
^ annual ’’Green Bag Day”. Members and their husbands will
^AG DAY meet at Brock Basin at 9:30 a.m., where they vail pick up their
Marine Resources Cente?f^ assignments. Lunch vdll be served again this year at the
At its^first meeting of the 1979-SO season on September 12, the Garden Club heard
a ^gram, inclu^g a slide presentation, on "Ifild Flowers of the Croatan" by Jeanie
iiH.lson, staff botanist at Hampton Mariners Museum.
Moore, president; Martha Hare, vice
u Zi, Macdonald, 2nd vice president; Ann Hitch, recording secretary,
inline Hathorne, corresponding secretary, and Mary Catherine Smith, Treasurer.
The club meets the second Wednesday of each month at 9:30 a.m., at the Marine
Kesources Center. The group is now planning for the annual "Luminaria” program for
t IS Christmas Ji,ve when candles are lighted along driveways and the canals.
HLne Knoll Shores PoUce Department has acquired a new patrol car and
PATW PAT? car is a mid-size Plymouth
£!iy.^OL CAR Volare, V7hich follows the pattern set in recent years by most police
in going to the smaller, more fuel efficient vehicles. The
eight-cylmder Ford, was retired partly because of a recent sidesvdpe
and the excessive maintenance costs of old age and high mileage.
M,.^M'EHTED David and Frederick missed our shore. But, it isn’t time to close up
HTTRT^TPAw shop and sa^/" ho-hum. ^ Most of the month of October vdll be in the past
^ ^ ® uime this article is printed and the area may have experienced
a real hurricane.
Whatever happens, or has happened, the Fine I^noll Shores Civil Defense orp-anization
IS endevoruig to maintain an active position the year round. Hurricanes and ocean born
e.Ura-tropical storms v/ill take up their main thrust, but there are other areas that
must be addressed.^ Some important ones— not all, and not necessarily in order of
priority are; Civil disorder; fires out of control; major multiple highway disasters-
an cdj^plane crash in the tovjn limits; acts of v/ar.