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TOWN HALL CLOSING
The Town Hall Administrative offices will be
closed Thursday and Friday, November 23 and
24 to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.
From PKS Police!I!1 Remember
to lock cars parked in your
driveway at night. This is a
deterrent against the type of
car thefts that have been
happening in the local towns
PLANNING AND INSPECTIONS REPORT
For the month of September, 1995, Pine Knoll
Shores issued one residential permit valued at
$206,500 and 16 miscellaneous permits with a
construction value of $27,519.
PKS FIRE DEPARTMENT has received a grant
from the Volunteer Fire Dept. Fund/NC Dept, of
Insurance for $11,250. Matching funds were
budgeted for this grant and new equipment will
be purchased to meet OSHA requirements.
Special thanks to Andy Turney for his work in
procuring this grant.
REMINDER FROM FIRE & RESCUE CREWS
We are asked to remind residents of the
following section from the Pine Knoll Shores
Municipal Code "Every single family residential
structure within the town shall post on the
structure, or otherwise on the lot upon which
such structure is located, a numerical street
address assigned by the Town. The numerical
street address must be readily visible from the
nearest street right-of-way." Check to see that
the number on your property is highly visible.
This is especially important for fire and rescue
Mayor Hasulak read a proclamation
honoring veterans of World War II and
proclaimed the week of November 4-11, 1995
as World War II Veterans Week.
Our new season started
with a bang! The follow
ing were the "high rollers"
in the first two weeks: for
the men, Don Forster, 217,
and Bob Gallo, 201; and
for the women, Janie
Briley, 181, Del Ericksen, 196,
and Edna Kent, a sub, 186.
PINE KNOLL SHORES EMS SQUAD #65
Pine Knoll Shores EMS Squad 65's monthly
meeting was held October 3 at Town Hall. The
Squad has applied for a matching grant to help
purchase an ambulance.
A crew and ambulance stood by for two
football games at West Carteret High School.
Charlie & Patti Swetz and Bruce Newman were
our volunteers on September 8th, and Teddy
Wimberley, Ted Lindblad and Rita Whalen on
We are planning our annual Christmas party
in Early December. The committee is Joan
Libby, Lois Heffelfinger and Rita Whalen.
Lois Heffelfinger and Teddy Wimberley
completed a 16 hour course in September to
recertify in BTLS. This has to be updated every
three years. We have 2 members attending EMT
class, 2 in an EMT-I class, and one person
taking the EMT-D certification course.
We need information to make a list of ail
handicapped or bedridden that live in
condominiums in Pine Knoll Shores. We would
appreciate if a Manager or Director of the
Condo Associations would contact Town Hall
with this information. EMS, Police and Fire
Departments want to serve and assure the safety
of all residents of the Town. This information
could safe precious minutes in response time
and help assure the safety of our residents.
Teddy Wimberley, Chief