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, SHORE LINE
Published by The Town of Pine Knoll Shores In The Interests Of Its Citizens
Post Office Box 757, Atlantic Beach, N. C. 28512
Volume III Number 9 June, 1982
G. W. Eastland - Editor
COMMISSIONERS APPROVE The Board of Commissioners of the Town of Pine Knoll Shores, at
their regular monthly meeting on June approved the proposed '
BUDGET« TAX RATE budget for the town for the next fiscal year of $396,221. as
proposed by the Commissioners. And in addition, the Board
approved a tax rate of .19 cents per $100. valuation of property in recognition of
increases in utilities and other costs of operating the town during the next year. A
public hearing on the proposed budget had been held prior to the regular meeting of the
Previous to the several actions of the Board the Commissioners were addressed by
Doug Fleming of the County Board of Commissioners, who assured the PKS Commissioners that
the county would support the towns on Bogue Banks in their efforts to eliminate parking
on the shoulders of Salter Path Road. He said the County Commissioners were aware of
the situation, which contributes to the deterioriation of the road and its right of way
«d the increasing traffic problems which parking creates. He also urged that when
arings and other actions are taken ^d.th respect to the construction of a third bridge
that the towns indicate a united front. A public hearing on the location of this
bridge presently is scheduled for Wednesday, July 14, at 7:30 p.m., in the auditorium
of Carteret Technical College in Morehead City.
Ed Crumley gave the Commissioners a progress report on his actions recently to
correct the parking problems along Salter Path Road and the construction of the third
bridge. He emphasized the need, also, for concerted action of all groups involved.
Commissioner Jerome then presented an amendment to the Zoning Ordinance that would
limit the average density of housing units to eight per acre. The amendment also
stipulates that the property owner, who had already made substantial expenditures in
preparing the site, has substantially completed plans prior to the close of business
on June 15» 19^2, the allowable density shall be the number of units shown in the plans,
or 10 units per acre, which ever is lesser.
In this same vein, the Roosevelts asked that the ordinance be amended to change
their land fronting on the ocean, some 400 feet eastward from Maritime Place, from
commercial to residential, which would substantially reduce density. Finally, another
TOWN OF PINE KNOLL SHORES
Post Office Box 757
Atlantic Beach, N. C. 28512
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