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The shore line / volume (None) 1979-current, January 01, 1990, Image 1

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■ SHORE LINE Published by The Town of Pine Knoll Shores In The Interests Of Its Citizens P Post Office Box 757, Atlantic Beach. N. C. 28512 Town Hall: 247-4353 Emergency Phones: Police: 728-3772 Fire & Rescue: 728-4111 Another year of accomplishment for PINE KNOLL SHORES! Let's start with the Shore Line. One of the most important things to happen was the addition of an Assistant Editor for the Shore Line in the person of Bob Ruggiero. Bob already has been putting out the whole issues of the newsletter and will be doing more in 1990. We asked for help and he was good enough to answer the call! Welcome aboard/ Bob. Others carry on as before. Lola Council still edits the Our New Neighbors feature. Last year 25 new neighbors were visited and written up by the same "old" neighbors: Yola Hanan, Mary Doll, Jackie Davidian, Lib Johnson and even your editor. As usual, lots of interesting and talented people moved here. Hope you enjoyed reading about them. Contributors were Bob Herbst, Chuck Zaminer, Stephanie Goetzinger, Joe Henyecz, Chief Crawford, Liz Britton and Bob Gallo. Organizations appointed their own contributors. They all did a great job of keeping us infonned of their events. Nell Crumley still types it up—between trips to Germany—and John Capps prints it and sees that it gets to the Post Office—in record time last month. A nice Christmas present to the town. Lots of interesting things happened to the town at large that were reported in the Shore Line. The town passed a surfing restriction ordinance and revised the zoning ordi nance. Other passed ordinances controlled topping and pruning of trees on the ocean front, set up the circumstances under which non-conforming docks can be repaired, and declared Pine Knoll Shores a sea turtle sanctuary. Recycling pick-up was brought right into the town and two new buildings were started in the Pine Knoll Shopping Center. Rescue Sguad members took the training for cardiac defibulation and new equipment was installed in the ambulance. Some offices in town became open during the year but they were quickly filled by new people. Fred Fulcher became the new Building Inspector. Marty Kiel took over Civil VOLUME XI - Number 1 Mary Korff - Editor Robert Ruggiero, Asst. Editor January 1990 HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!! TOWN OF PINE KNOLL SHORES, N.C. Route 3 - Municipal Circle Pine Knoll Shores, NC 28557 BULK RATE U.S.POSTAGE PAID PEIMIT NO. 22 MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. 2SSB7 SHORE LINE

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