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V policy promoting "planned unit which must be adopted by the town
development" on the larger tracts of before June 1. Under the policy, the
undeveloped property on Holden town will encourage any developBeach
may be included in the 1985 ment of residential projects over
Land Use Plan update. three acres as planned unit
Planning and zoning board developments,
members agreed Monday to promote In areas where planned unit
the idea of planned residential areas development is encouraged, the town
at a irnrlrcKrm ? ??>
? - ?" '<"iu use pian, ana local developers work together to
Calendar Of Events
Thursday, April 25
SPECIAL OLYMPICS SPRING GAMES at the South Brunswick High School
baseball fieia, sponsored by the public schools and the Brunswick County
Parks and Recreation Department, 9:45 a.m.
A MEMBER of Congressman Charlie Rose's staff will be available to constituents
at the Longwood Post Office, 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m., and at the Ash
Post Office 11 a m. to 12:30 p.m.
THE SEA TRAIL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION meets at the Sunset Beach
Fire Station for a covered dish dinner and double program on birds and
homo health carp hv Bill Fnvor Rpnonn pnlnmnict R ift > m
BRUNSWICK COUNTY REPUBLICAN WOMEN meet at Republican Headquarters
at Bolivia to elect new officers, 7:30 p.m.
GAME NIGHT at the American Legion Post one mile south of Shallotte on
U.S. 17,7:30 p.m.
Friday, April 26
DESSERT AND CARD PARTY to benefit the Calabash Volunteer Rescue
Squad. Kor more miormaiion, caii Clara Sciiustei, 57^5373.
Saturday, April 27
"TRASH BASH" litter pick-up at Ocean Isle Beach, sponsored by the Ocean
Isle Beach Property Owners Association, 9:30 a.m. at the fire station,
followed by lunch and presentation of a strand patrol vehicle to the town
and an oceanfront cheese and wine social at 5 p.m. for members and their
"KASHiONs mV iHE sEASHORE" fashion show sponsored by the Shallotte
Junior Woman's Club at Shallotte Middle School. Coffee hour followed by
l_i: _f r ?_? r
uiuuciiiiK ui msmons irom area siores, iu a.m. Admission is $1U.
YARD AND BAKE SALE in the Camp United Methodist Church fellowship
hall by the United Methodist Women, with clothing, household items and
baked goods for sale, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
FRIED CHICKEN AND PORK BBQ dinner and bake sale at Sharon United
Methodist Church on N.C. 130 near liolden Beach to benefit the building
fund, is $3.50 per plate for adults; $2.50 for children. 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
A PORK BBQ AND CHICKEN BOG dinner at the Waccamaw Volunteer Fire
and Rescue Department on N.C. 130 at Ash begins at 11 a.m. All plates are
THE SPRING JAMBOREE at the Supply Volunteer Fire Department
features free entertainment by area blugrass, country and gospel groups
and concessions- Everyone's invited. 7 p.m.
GAME NIGHT at the Calabash Volunteer Fire Department, 8 p.m.
Monday, April 29
HERITAGE DAYS begin at Brunswick Town State Historic Site and continue
through Thursday, with living history programs designed for county
eighth-grade students. The site remains open to the public, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
GET ACQUAINTED meeting sponsored by the American Business Women's
Asociation in the Brunswick Hospital conference room at Supply, 7:30 p.m.
Interested businessewoinen are invited to learn more about plans for a
local ABWA chapter. For more information call Julie Barefoot at 343-4882
between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., or Dora Holder at 762-5207 or after 6 p.m. at
Tuesday, April 30
OCEAN ISLE BEACH COMMISSIONERS hold a budget workshop at the town
hall, 4 p.m.
BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS meets with interested
citizens to discuss a proposal to ban hunting with weapons along or
across the sides of state roads, public assembly building, Brunswick County
Government Center, 7 p.m.
SUNSET BEACH COMMISSIONERS conduct a second public hearing at the
town hall to receive comments on the 1985 proposed land use plan, 7:30
Wednesday, May 1
BRUNSWICK TOASTMASTKK.S, CLUB 5095 meets at the Ship's Chandler
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BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW meets
in commissioners' chambers at the Brunswick County Government Center
to hear appeals of tax valuations, 7 p.m.
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plan projects that would benefit the
town and keep the community attractive.
Individual lot sales and home
constructions would cive in in laronr
more attractive projects that make
better use of the land.
The planning board and town commissioners
will hold a joint workshop
on the land use plan before the final
draft is approved. Since the planning
board's workshops have begun, the
island's undeveloped land has been
the focal point of the discussions.
According to statistics compiled by
the Satilla Planning Corp. of Atlanta,
Ga., which is helping to draft the land
use plan for the town, Holden Beach's
residential density is 6.5 units per
"However, less than half of all platted
lots are developed," a policy list
from the company stated, "and there
is a substantial amount of unplatted
land in the undeveloped category as
Ocean Isle C
More Land F
BY SUSAN USHER
Ocean Isle Beach has started condemnation
procedures to obtain an
additions! 86.1 acres of land off the
Old Georgetown Road for a
wastewater treatment plant.
The iand adjoins a 150-acre tract
owned by International Paper Co. on
which the town began condemnation
proceedings last August for the same
purpose. The properties are near a
county landfill transfer station.
A declaration of taking was filed in
Brunswick County Superior Court on
April 3, notifying Emma Jcnrette
and 60 other heirs of Henry and
Silvey Jcnrette of the town's plans to
acquire the land.
The town has proposed to pay the
Jenrette heirs 1800 an acre as "Just
compensation" for the land and International
Paper Co. $1,200 an acre
for its land.
If the offered prices are not accepted
by the landowners, the courts
will determine what constitutes just
1 .a Dane Bullington, mayor of
Ocean Isle, said she hopes the condemnations
will be "friendly," that
is, uncontested, but that the town has
not heard from the Jenrette heirs or
from the paper company.
She said the town had several
reasons for seeking additional land.
"You can't pick and choose the
best pieces. Sometimes you have to
take the other to get the land you
need," she said.
Plus, the mayor added, the town
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How to prepare for the develop- =
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discussions on the planning board's =
stance either for or against a sewer
Board members agreed to
eliminate statements that imply the
town "supports" a sewer system to
control pollution of adjacent waters.
Instead, the town will "acknowledge
that the development of a waste
water collection and treatment facility
may become necessary" in the
The board also agreed not to address
the issue of stonn water
drainage in the land use plan since
the N.C. Division of Environmental
Management Is currently considering
legislation to impose such regulations.
The towns will be required to
follow the guidelines established by
A policy against floating homes
was also approved by the planning
would hate to invest $5 million in a
sewer system and then not have the t
capability of expanding the treat- J
inent plant if it needs to do so.
Most of the treated wastewater H
from the plant will tie disposed of by
U?!<d application. But the town hss I
applied for a $1,000 grant from the
Economic Development Administration.
The money would be used to lest
a rotary distribution system with the
hope of proving such a system will
work on the land owned by the town.
A rotary distribution system requires
less land than the more traditional
disposal method and could save the
town money, Ms. Bullington had explained
Aiso, the fedrai grant, if approved,
will provide the necessary match for
more than $200,000 in state Clean
Water Bond monies for construction
of the sewer system.
BTC To Sell
Brunswick Technical College will
hold a used book sale at tlie Supply r
administrative campus next Wednes- |
day and Thursday, May 1-2.
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nuui.i uic uuiii 11 ?.in. to o p.m. on
Wednesday and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
on Thursday. Books for sale Include
those on technical, business ami
medical subjects while no fiction
books will be sold, said librarian
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blackboard, he's going to be something, or squinting are
unhappy. And so will his parents if others.
he fails in his schoolwork. An eye examination is the only
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attentive child is daydreaming. If to be able to see well to learn,
lie paid mure aiieniiuii to uicin, Yum OptuiVicu'ist can iieip.
he'd be doing a lot better in his
schoolwork. But maybe he's
daydreaming because he can't sec In the interest of belter
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