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Published by the Town of Pine Knoll Shores in the Interest of its Citizens
Town Hall 247-4353 January, 2002 Fire and Rescue 911
January 5^^ is the last day to pay 2001 taxes
without a penalty.
December Board of Commissioners Meeting
i There was a Public Hearing on a proposed ordinance regarding specifications controlling construction within
those areas zoned as Commercial Property. The Board during the regular meeting then voted to approve
i The Board approved site plans for Pine Knoll Shores Condominiums on the lot between the Sheraton and
the Windjammer Inn, which had previously been considered for a hotel.
i Beach Access has been obtained from the Trinity Center with 20-25 parking spaces, others are still being
i Mayor Musgrave recognized Ted Goetzinger who stepped down from office after 5 years of serving the Town
as Commissioner. Oaths of Office were administered to Jim Hunter, Bob Gallo, and Mary Kanyha. Reese
Musgrave was re-elected by the Board to serve as Mayor and Bob Gallo was re-elected by the Board to
serve as Mayor Pro tem. Oaths of Office were administered to the Mayor and Mayor Pro tem.
1 Resolution passed proclaiming December "Shop, Stay and Dine in Carteret County Month" in Carteret
i Resolution passed supporting the 2004-2010 Transportation Improvement Program priorities for Carteret
i Department Head assignments - Bob Gallo, Finance & Administration; Jim Hunter, Public Property;
Mary Kanyha, Emergency Services; Evan Roderick, Planning & Streets; Emily White, Police.
Inside this edition
CAC/PB/Tree Inventory/Home Safety Survey
_Squacl 55/Women's Club
Police Dept/Library ■
Garden Club/Library .
Library/Meet Your New Neighbors
Town Hall will be closed on
Tuesday^ January 1, 2002
New Year's Day