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"It won't be cheap,” said Gibson because any solution would probably involve laying
The board requested the PKS Planning Board to make a survey to find how many persons
would use a parking lot the town is considering building near the Town Hall to store their
boats, boat trailers and other vehicles.
After some discussion, the board directed the planning group to tell potential users
of the parking lot that it would not be fenced and would not have a gate, and there would
be no charge for users.
The board’s action came in the face of a recommendation from the Planning Board that
the project be abandoned unless adequate security is provided and a parking fee is
Some commissioners asserted that the parked vehicles would be as safe on the proposed
town lot as they would be at the owners’ homes and 'their insurance would provide them with
”1 don*t see how anyone could steal anything except what he could put. in his pockets,"
asserted Dixson, pointing out that the area around the town's parking lot is heavily
wooded, "They might run into a few moccasins, too,*' he said. All interested boat owners
are urged to notify town clerk Corinne Geer at 726-8021,
In other actions, the commissioners:
—Took final action on the annexation of the area lying between the PKS town limits
and the Town of Indian Beach, The annexation is effective July 1,
—Approved a plat for the first section of the McGinnis Point Development, The pll^
outlined 2^ lots, and Attorney Ken Kirkman said the developers planned to erect houses on
them before they are sold. He said they would be the only portion of the development con
taining single family units. He said the other units would be town houses similar to those
at Westport and units with adjoining patios,
~ Endorsed a recommendation by Commission Aubrey Johnson that the boai*d go on record
as urging the Carteret County Commissioners to appropriate sufficient funds to provide an
adequate countywide emergency communication system.
The board set 10 a,m, June 7 as the date for a public hearing on revenue sharing and
voted to hold a public hearing on a revised sign ordinance at 1:30 p,m, on June 1^ to be
followed by a hearing on the proposed 1983-8^ budget.
Mayor Cleveland announced the appointment of Andy McNally to succeed Allen Mitchell
who is stepping down as civil defense director.
The board adopted an ordinance recommended by the Planning Board requiring portable
toilet facilities at work sites.
The Planning Board met on April 25. It had earlier been asked by the Board of Com
missioners to prepare a report with respect to the property lying between the eastern
limits of PKS and the westernmost point to which Atlantic Beach has extended its extra
territorial jurisdiction. The Commissioners had requested such information to assist
them in their consideration of possible annexation,
PLANNING Harry Schlimper presented such a report which the Planning Board will pass
BOARD on to the Commissioners with no recommendation of any kind. The report
MEETING showed that the area involves about I30 acres, 128 of which lie north of
Salter Path Road, The only property south of that thoroughfare which is
not under Atlantic Beach jiarisdiction is the Morehead Ocean pier. On the north side of
Salter Path there are approximately 2000 feet fronting the road, extending about 2600