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VOLUME XI - Number 8
Mary Korff ]
Bob Ruggiero ]
The Board of Commissioners scheduled a Public Hearing to be held prior to the start
of the monthly commissioners' meeting to discuss amendments to the Town Sign Ordinance.
MayorHanan.called for comments from the audience. Muriel Chapin proposed that the ordi
nance ought to be relaxed so that persons holding a yard sale would be allowed to post
homemade signs to advertise the sale. Ms. Chapin also proposed limiting the posting of
signs to no more that two a year and that the signs be removed within 24 to 48 hours of
Frank Johnson objected to Real Estate signs that remain posted even after the sale
of the property. Commissioner Blanchard suggested that the town design and construct
yard sale signs and that they then could be offered for a small fee to residents who are
conducting a sale.
Amendments to the Sign Ordinance were proposed during the regular monthly Commis
Highlights of the meeting of the Board of Commissioners included an amendment to the
Municipal Code that will require all single family residential homes within town to dis
play the numerical street address that is visible from the nearest street right-of-way.
This amendment is necessary for the implementation of the 911 Emergency response program.
Mayor Hanan reported that as of October 20, mail delivery will be moved from the
Morehead City Post Office to Atlantic Beach. This means a change of the Zip Code for Pine
Knoll Shores from 28557 to 28512. The Mayor also said that change of address cards will
be available at the Town Hall.
The Commissioners reports were as follows:
Commissioner Blanchard noted that the Garden Club had received 150 azaleas from the
"Keep North Carolina Beautiful" program, these flowering bushes will be planted in the
Town Hall area. Mr. Blanchard also reported that the mosquito spraying program was
delayed due to the past weeks inclement weather, but is back on schedule once again.
TOWN OF PINE KNOLL SHORES. N.C
Pine Knoll Shores, N.C.
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