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Published by The Town of Pine Knoll Shores In The Interests Of Its Citizens
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VOLUME XII - Number 7 July 1991
Bob Ruggiero - Editor
Barbara Marks - Assistant Editor
Commissioner Blanchard has again requested that residents trim back
trees and shrubs which offer interference with the mowing of the right-
of-way along our roads. This is creating a serious problem, and everyone's
cooperation is needed. Please check your property and trim low overhanging
branches and any other growth that prevents the right-of-way being mowed
Commissioner Gibson reported that for the month of June, the Police
Department responded to 157 calls and 207 house checks. The new officer
who replaced Dean Nelson was sworn in. His name is Stefan Hellersperk.
He resides in Newport and is a former U. S. Marine. Commissioner Gibson
read a letter from Mike Morgan, Director at Trinity Center, commending
the professional handling and courteous manner that Officer Bob Hami'lton
•exhibited when handling a call for assistance. We are all proud of our
Police Department and this letter once again attests to their professional
Commissioner Hasulak reported that the Rescue Squad answered 8 calls
and 1 transport. The Fire Department responded to 1 minor call at the
Commissioner Hasulak also reported that the Civil Preparedness Meeting
was well attended again this year. He reminds all residents to have their
Emergency Re-entry Permits updated for 1991! There may not be time IF
you need it on a weekend, holiday or the middle of the night.
Mayor Hanan, Charles Romine and Commissioner Hasulak attended a County
meeting where the lessons of the damage caused by Hurricane Hugo were dis
Commissioner Gallo requested a motion to approve a change in the capital
ordinance to increase capital costs by $30,000 to cover expenses caused
by a leak in the gasoline tank that was contaminating the ground. He also
predicted a short-fall of approximately $50,000. due to revenue decreases
and expenses of $95,000. despite budget reductions.
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