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Kiioll Shores in Tlie Interest Of Its Citizens j/
Post Office Box 757, Atlantic Beach, N, C. 28512
Volume 1 - Number 3
^ne Kholl Shores voters returned to the town Commission the two
incumbents running for re-election and elected Bill Dixson to fill
the vacancy which occurred when Art Browne chose not to run. Votes
for the five candidates were as follows: Natalie Hiltz, 212; H. K.
Haller, 210; W. L. Dixson, 209; John Collier, 94; and 0. K. Foster, 66. It was
interesting to note that Pine Kholl Shores maintained its relatively high turnout of
voters in this election, with about 70 per cent of the registered voters casting
COMICCSSIONERS ACT ON
At the November 7 meeting of the Board of Commissioners, the
Board said it was aware of the stray animal problem in the
would take appropriate action promptly (see following
, . , ^ story), and also that additional "Children At Play" signs would
be erected. Further, arrangements are being made to increase the number of street
lights on Salter Path Road and several intersections.
Commissioner V/ajme Cleveland reported that at a recent meeting with the State
•^ansportation Department an agreement was reached to replace the median at Mimosa
Boulevard and Salter Path Road, and that every effort will be made to leave the median
at Oakleaf Road and Salter Path Road. He said the State had agreed to erect a curbing
and install good soil at the Mimosa site.
Paul Hamlin, the town»s auditor, presented an audit report for the fiscal year
ending June 30. 1979, and a copy of this report is on file in the office of the tom
Upcoming Toim Hall meetings: On Tuesday, December 4, at 3 p.m., will be the
swearing—in ceremonies for the newly elected Commissioners.
^ Also, on Thursday', December 6 at 8 p.m., will be a public hearing to amend the
zoning ordinance. ‘
GARDEN CLUB VJILL
The Pine !holl^Shores Garden Club, again this year will sponsor
its ar^raal Christman Eve "Luminaria" project. The event is the
lighting of candles along driveways, sidewalks and bulkheads
o 1-, which results in a most spectacular display. Last vear almost
3,000 candles were lighted on Christmas Eve.
TOWN OF PINE KNOLL SHORES
Post Office Box 757
Atlantic Beach, N. C. 28512
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