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Published by the Town of Pine KnoU Shores in the Interest of Its Citi2ens
Town Hall 247-4353
Fire and Rescue 911
(Merry Christmas and Happy New Year]
PKS Christmas Parade - Saturday, December 9 - 1:00
(See article for route. (Rain Date - December 16)
PKS OPEN HOUSE - Tuesday, December 12 - 3:00 to
4:30 pm following the Town Board meeting.
NOVEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING
FY 1994-95 AUDIT
Town Auditor Lee Carroll presented the annual audit for the Town. At the end of the 1994-95
fiscal year, there was $65,405 that was added to the General Fund Balance. This saving was the
result of excellent tax collection rate, good management and investments by the Finance Dept, and
frugal spending. All of these factors contribute to the excellent credit rating of the Town and will
enable the Town to borrow money needed for the Water project or any other need at a lower rate
of interest. This audit report will be presented to the Government Finance Officers Association for
the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting Program.
RECYCLING - FLOWER POTS
Following a request from the Garden Club, the Board of Commissioners voted to have Waste
Industries place a container behind Town Hall for the recycling of flower pots. Munden Nursery has
agreed to pick up the pots on a routine basis.
The results of the November 7 election in Pine Knoll Shores were as follows:
Reese Musgrave^ Mary Kanyha, and Emily White.
Water Bond Referendum, results. Yes - 428 votes No - 310 votes