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piers, columns, pillars, or other supports of similar nature, which protrude above
groimd, such supports shall be screened from public view (from streets, cul de sacs
parks, beaches, ©tc,) with materials similar to or compatible with that used for the
rest of the building or structure or, at the option of the owner, by natural topo
graphy, shrubs, trees, or fomdation plantings in such maxiner as the Community
appearance Commission shall find acceptable. All plans for screening shall first
be submitted to the Community Appe^ance Commission for comment. Such screeni]^
may not subsequently be removed, replaced, or modified without approval of the
Community Appearance Commission." Further revision is under consideration.
E* W* CRAWFORD With six years of active police work and 21 years in the
sensitive military intelligence and investigation affairs,
NAMED POLICE CHIEF Edgar W. Crawford has been named chief of police for Pine
Knoll Shores. For the past six years he has been a sergeant
with the Emerald Isle police department.
Bom in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, I-lr. Crawford enlisted in the United States
Navy in 1954 and was subsequently assigned to the Naval Intelligence.Scientific
and Technical Division serving in Germany. He was discharged in 1957 and joined
the communications department of the multi-police department in Trydeffiran Townr-
Two years later he returned to the military, enlisting in the Marine Corps
where he subsequently served two tours in Vietnam, and also at Parris Island, Fort
Holibird, New River, North Carolina, and Camp Lejeune and Fort Bragg. He was
discharged after 21 years of service in May 1975* During his military career he
was graduated from the U.S. Army Military Intelligence School and served as
intelligence chief and secuirity officer at various locations. He retired with the
rank of Gunnery Sergeant.
Mr. Crawford is married and the father of three children, two girls and a boy,
and his wife, Shirley, will shortly be looking for a home in Pine Knoll Shores.
BOARD DELAYS ACTION After listening to comments concerning the performance of
Vision Cable and the explanations of the company’s
ON VISION CABLE managers, the Board of Commissioners deferred action
on the matter of the cable company’s proposal to merge
with the Newhouse Group, Inc. Apparnetly, in some respects, the matter is academic,
since the merger already has been accomplished.
Representing Vision Cable at the public meeting were Ted Crane, systems manager
at Morehead City; Sam McConkey, attorney for the company, and Roger Martin, chief
Residents of Pine Knoll Shores and subscribers to Vision Cable expressed
reservations concerning the cable company’s performance and service with respect to
an,M channel, interruption of service, quality of reception, rates for present
service, interference of channel 7 of non-subscribers* sets, and plans for a civil