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The shore line / volume (None) 1979-current, November 01, 1991, Image 1

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SHORE LINE 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 Cathy Vinson of the Division of Coastal Management spoke to the Com missioners and audience about the new requirements of CAMA regarding the update of the Land Use Plan. Ms. Vinson stressed the importance of the public's participation in this program by attending meetings and returning completed 1991 Land Use Survey forms as soon as possible. A public hearing was then held for discussion on the Ordinance im plementing the Statutory Vested Right Provisions. Complete information is available to the public at Town Hall. Mayor Hanan called the meeting of the Town Board to order. Commissioner Blanchard asked that canal front property owners check any outside lights on docks and shade them if necessary so that they are not an annoyance to their neighbors. He also noted that right of ways are still being cleared and two new street lights have been installed. •Commissioner Gallo reported that 60% of the funds appropriated for the removal of the gas tank have been used, and it doesn't appear that the total amount of allocated monies will be spent. Mr. Lee Carroll of Caruthers S Carroll Accounting gave the auditor's report for the town. He commended the Board in relation to our town economy and reductions. His report is available at Town Hall for interested persons. Mr.Carroll also thanked the Town Board and Town Hall staff for their cooperation. Commissioner Gibson reported the Police Department answered 100 calls and made 213 house checks for October. He also commended Officer Macklin and Sgt. Hamilton for their completed special training, and the five officers who completed pistol requa1ifications. Commissioner Hasulak noted that there were 13 rescue calls and 1 fire call in October. He stressed the need for HOUSE NUMBERS WHICH CAN BE SEEN FROM THE STREET without the emergency vehicles having to waste time search ing for the right house. He also wants to remind residents that our VOLUME XII - Number 1 1 November 1991 Barbara Marks COMMISSIONERS' MEETING NOVEMBER 12, 1991 TOWN OF PINE KNOLL SHORES, N.C. Municipal Circle Pine Knoll Shores, NC 28512 PAID PERMIT # 22 MOREHEAD CITY N.C. 28.S57 BULK RATE U.S. POSTAGE

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