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^^Published by The Town of Pine Knoll Shores In The Interests Of Its Citizens
TOWN HALL: 247-4353 EMERGENCY PHONES: POLICE: 728-3772 FIRE & RESCUE: 728-4111/911
VOLUME XI - Number 9 September 1990
MARY KORFF ] ^
BOB RUGGIERO ]
Mayor Hanan called the September Commissioners' meeting to order and
the reports of the past month were given.
Commissioner Blanchard displayed a new street sign configuration that
might be considered as a replacement for the existing concrete sign posts.
These attractive lightweight material signs would be mounted on a wooden
post and placed at the 66 intersections in town. Commissioner Blanchard
proposed that these signs would standardize the street signs that are pre
sently in use in town. He also exhibited a proposed yard sale sign that
could be issued for a small fee to residents planning such a sale. Both of
these items will be discussed during a Commissioners workshop to be held
September 18. Mr. Blanchard has just received the engineering study concern
ing the flooding at Acorn Court. He will review the recommendations and
^adiscuss the report at the workshop meeting. He is working on cleaning the
^Hrea adjacent to the recycling bins to alleviate the unsightly conditions.
Commissioner Gibson reported that the Police Department responded to
130 calls in the past month. These calls included 9 auto accidents with
Q injuries reported and one house breaking and entering call.
Commissioner Johnson reporting on the financial statement
the Town's investments returned 7.90% for the month. Revenues
received were 26.7% or $104,813 and expenditures were 13.3% or
He also was happy to report that all of last year's taxes were
thanks to our Tax collector Beverly Blalock.
Commissioner Roderick reported that 2 residential permits, 9 miscellan
eous permits and 3 Certificates of Occupancy were issued in August. Mr.
Roderick is investigating names of qualified arborists to establish guidelines
for tree and bush pruning. Fred Fulcher proposed a change in the town sign
ordinance to require that permits be obtained prior to signs being displayed.
TOWN OF PINE KNOLL SHORES, N.C.
Pine Knoll Shores, N.C,
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