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August 2006 • Vol. 3, No. 2 A Shoreline Community, Pine Knoll Shores, N.C.
Town Hall 247-4353
MAR10WE & COMPANY
We Come from Here, There, Everywhere
By Bill White
According to a recent analysis of wiiere
Bogue Banks property owners also hang
their hats, someone from every state in
the Union claims a piece of Bogue Banks
as their very own.
The analysis was done by Marlowe & Co.,
a Washington, D.C firm that represents in
the nation's capital many of the country's
beach areas. The results, according to
the analysts, once again emphasize that
Americans from all parts of the country are
attracted to the nation's coastal areas.
The study was conducted with
data supplied by the five Bogue Banks
Waste Pickup Woes Trigger Review
Some citizens have expressed concern
about the garbage and yard waste problems
experienced over the July 4 holiday. The
early schedule for pickup of garbage
and yard waste was prepared by Waste
Industries in the hope of working around the
traffic problems anticipated because of the
long weekend and the Tall Ships event.
However, in some cases it did not
work. And for that Waste Industries has
apologized. The volume of garbage and
yard waste took more time to collect than
anticipated due to the fact that some of
the yard waste was not properly prepared
for pickup. Properly prepared yard waste
helps to speed the collection process
A review of the garbage and yard waste
schedule is presently being conducted by
Waste Industries to ensure that this problem
does not occur again.
Thank you for your patience in this
situation, and for your concerns.
Larson Appointed to Fill
Vacancy on Town Board
communities. Pine Knoll Shores, Atlantic
Beach, Indian Beach, Salter Path and
Emerald Isle. Property owners were tracked
by their primary residences in the nation's
Congressional Districts, with 401 of the
435 districts having someone who owns
property on Bogue Banks.
The red areas on the accompanying map
show the districts represented. They include
every Congressional District along the east
and west coasts, with the exception of much
of the coastline of Oregon. The only areas
where representation is somewhat spotty
are in the center of the country.
Vincent Larson of Beechwood Drive has
been appointed to the Pine Knoll Shores
Board of Commissioners to
fill the vacancy created by the
death last April of Jay Kocher.
The appointment came at
the town board's monthly
meeting July 11 and Larson
was immediately sworn in by
Town Clerk Ronda Lambert to
bring the five-member board
to full strength.
Kocher was elected to a four-
year term last November and
Larson will serve for the three and a half
years remaining in that term as prescribed
by current town charter. The town board
is in the process of considering a charter
amendment that would call for appointees
to future board vacancies to serve until
the next municipal election. That change,
expected to be voted on at the board's
August 8 monthly meeting, would bring
the appointment process in line with state
Larson was serving as president
of Pine Knoll Homeowners Assn.
at the time of his appointment. He
has resigned from the PKA board
in view of his new duties. Kocher.
was also serving as president of
PKA at the time of his election. (See
related PKA story on Page4).
Larson is also a past president
of the Phase 1 Pine Knoll Townes
Homeowners Assn. He and his
wife, Helvi, sold their condo there
in 1999 and purchased their present home
on Beechwood Drive to use as a primary
residence in anticipation of his retirement
the following year from IBM. They have also
sold their home in Raleigh and purchased
a smaller house in Wake Forest to have a
place to stay during family visits. Their two
children are Raleigh residents. They also
have two grandchildren.
Swan Sails Into Sunset - Town Commissioner Bob Danehy came up with this shot of beach
watchers saying adios to the Cisne Blanco (White Swan) as she left Beaufort at the end of the
Tall Ships Extravaganza over the July 4 weekend. The 249-foot square rigger was launched in
2000 to mark the 500*'’ anniversary of the discovery of Brazil. She serves as a training vessel
for the Brazilian Navy. (See related photo on Page 13)
LABRIE LAWRENCE J ETUX
144 BEECHWOOD DR
PINE KNOLL SHORES, NC 28512
ntic Beach, NC 28512
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