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TOWN OF PINE KNOLL SHORES. N.C.
Pine Knoll Shores, NC
VOLUME XIII - Number 3 March 1992
Bob Ruggiero ]
Barbara Marks ]
TOWN BOARD MEETING - MARCH 10, 1992
After the meeting was called to order by Mayor Kanyha, Conmissioner Blanchard intro
duced Keith Stroud of Waste Industries. Mr.Stroud addressed the Board and attending
citizens of Pine Knoll Shores regarding options available to the recycling program. As of
Januaryf 1993, a 25% reduction in waste taken from the town will be mandated by Senate Bill
One-Eleven. Options of drop off site stations which are currently being used, curb-side
pickups and/or both are considered.
After Mr. Stroud's informative talk, Ccmnnissioner Blanchard stated that because of the
State's mandated reduction in waste, yard waste will not be accepted at the land fill after
the first of next year, and the feasibility of purchasing a conmercial grade chipper for
the Town is being considered. Ccanmissioner Blanchard, Town Clerk Corinne Geer and Frank
Herbst visited the system already in operation in the Town of Beaufort to observe their
system, and found this visit informative and helpful should the Town purchase its own
Coitmissioner Blanchard and Mayor Kanyha met with a representative from T. A. Liiving
Construction Company to discuss a contract for removal of water caused by heavy rai ns.
They are now in the process of obtaining permission to cross private property with t;he
^^Dses, and when this is finalized, there will be a more detailed report.
Also Commissioner Blanchard made a motion that the Town enter into a contract with
Raymond Earp for mowing the rights of way and for maintenance of the Town Hall grounds,
and that Mayor Kanyha be authorized to sign the contract on behalf of the Town. This was
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