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Published by the Town of Pine Knoll Shores in the Interest of its Citizens
Town Hall 247-4353
Fire and Rescue 911
What a great team!!!!! Thank You
Emergency Management —
Medical Emergency Organization
PKS Fire Department
And our many, many volunteers
Even after being visited by "Bertha" and "Fran
SEPTEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING
Marvin Weisman spoke to the Board of Commissioners on behalf of a group of citizens
that do not agree with the Beach Preservation Assn. and its request for a bond referendum for
beach renourishment. The Town has agreed to do a mailing survey for input from the
citizenry. Mr. Weisman asked that the group he represents be given the opportunity for input
in the survey before it is mailed.
On August 29, 1996, in Carteret County Superior Court, Judge James E. Ragan , III
ordered a summary judgement be granted in favor of the Town and the Board of
Commissioners in both lawsuits filed by Carolina Water Service. He dismissed the cases with
the costs to be taxed against the Plaintiff. The Declaratory Judgement that the Town filed
against Carolina Water Service will be heard the week of September 16th.
Commissioner Gallo stated that several options are being considered, such as a slightly
higher offer for the water system or a 30% reduction in rates. In the meantime, the Town is
in the process of designing its own water system.
The costs for cleanup from Hurricane Fran have not been
determined at this printing. However, the Town has been
approved for reimbursement for the costs of cleanup from