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BY EDDIE SWEATT
There is no tax increase and no noticeable difference
in this year's budget. Finance Officer Hal Stanley explained
at a public hearing on the proposed budget prior
to the Holden town board meeting Monday night.
Keeping the 25-cents per $100 valuation, the budget
calls for raising an estimated $181,800 from ad valorem
taxes in the $556,845 budget for the fiscal vear heainnino
Stanley said the work session on the budget was the
easiest he and the other commissioner who has served
the longest time could remember. He credited Town
Administrator Bob Buck with knowing what the commission
would and wouldn't do, budget-wise, and drafting
the document accordingly.
The only question from the public during the hearing
was an inquiry about whose identity of the other longtime
commissioner to whom Stanley referred. "It's Jim
Griffin," he answered.
While the audience did not question the budget, commissioner
Gloria Barrett raised two questions she said
need "to get settled" before passage of the budget.
One of her concerns is the more stringent reI
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NCNB announced IU Intention to open a branch bank
near Holden Beach when a sign was erected on tlie site
this week. Watching the sign go up are, Irom left, Alan
Holden, a member of NCNB's local board. City Executive
Dennis Crocker, and Holden's father, John
Holden. Crocker said application has been made for the
branch and the bank hopes to be In operation by the first
NCNB Plans To (
At Holden Bead
In the next few weeks NCNB, North has been completed
Carolina National Bank, will be in of the building are ur
full operation near Holden Beach, said.
Alan Holden, a director on the local He also assured
bank board announced Monday at the that he will make
town commission meeting. clean up debris lef
He told commissioners the bank seawall as quickly at
will locate in a building on Hwy. 130 To help him accor
near the causeway, formerly oc- commissioners vote*
cupied by Hazel Simpson Realty and ordinance prohibiting
Kulford Realty. strand so the old pi
Earlier Monday afternoon Holden, have to be hauled off
his father John Holden, and NCNB The amendment re
City Executive Dennis Crocker wat- the full commissio
ched as a sign was erected on the pro- variance and allow i
Holden said NCNB has made ap- In response to qu
plication for the branch near Holden said the future of his
Beach and that a favorable decision door to the pavilion u
is expected soon. , CAMA, which would I
Mayor Kenner Amos commented permits to restore it
that opening of the branch bank is Because of hurrica
welcome news." erosion, the waterslic
Pavilion To Reopen falling into the
Holden also announced to the com- southwest end, Holde
mission that Surf side Pavilion, the He said there is 01
"oldest entertainment facility of its chance of its reoperu
kind in Brunswick County," will be Other Bus
open in about two weeks In other business, (
It remained closed last season 'Discussed seven
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a public hearing;
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quirements for construction inspections which take ef
feet July 1. She apparently is not convinced the budget
provides for the possibility of the building inspector's
job escalating to full-time from part-time.
She also wanted the budget amended to carry forward
$4,800 from this year's budget to replace a worn
out police patrol car. She and Mayor Kenner Amos
argued for the amendment because, they said, they
have been unable to locate a vehicle during the current
The new budget appropriates $5,000 for a police car,
Stanley pointed out. However, Barrett and Amos said
two vehicles would have to be purchased during the
Stanley, who reminded commissioners they had
agreed on the proposed budget in the work session and
had posted it for public inspection, was adamant about
not making any changes.
He moved for passage of the budget before being
reminaea mat, oy law, at least two weeks have to
elapse between the public hearing and passage.
General fund revenues, which cover everything in the
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fen Beach Branch
or second week in July. It would be NC'NB'x third
branch In the county. A branch was recently opened at
Calabash. It is the second bank to announce plans for a
branch at Holden Beach. United Carolina Bank erected
Its "coming soon" sign last month Just around the corner
from the location staked out by NCNB this week.
The lioldeo Beach branch would be UCB's tenth location
In the county.
and renovations resolution reads,
iderway, Holden Reports Heard
Building activity is down from a
commissioners year ago, according to Building Inevery
effort to spector Dwight Carroll's report for
t from the old May. Permits were issued for coni
possible. struction of seven new houses valued
nplish the task. at $556,082.65, compared with 14 per1
to amend the mits a year ago.
f vehicles on the During May, 44 repair and
lings would not bulkhead permits were Issued for
by hand. construction valued at $90,260, 42
quires a vote of CAMA permits were applied for, and
n to grant a building permit fee collections
i vehicle on the amounted to $1,760.29.
At the end of the month 53 houses
estions, Holden were actively under construction,
waterslide next Public Safety Commissioner
5 in the hands of Gloria Barrett reported % service
save to issue the calls answered by police officers who
conducted 14 investigations, issued 22
ine damage and citations and 20 warnings, drove7,273
ie is in danger of miles on patrol and worked 744 hours,
ocean on the Alfhmiah .<ian>fB(lnn fevrwvm
:n remarked. Lyn Holden was absent from the
tly a 25 percent meeting, it was announced that
rig. twice-weekly garbage pickup service
loess on Monday and Thursday begins this
il reioning refat
on purchasing a
tnd on amend- I
ane evacuation I . , ,
m for paving of
najonty of pro- I
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the longed per- I
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town government except the water fund, amount to
$330,960, just $3,000 above what was budgeted for '85.
Actual revenues for fiscal '85 are $364,183, allowing
$7,345 to be deducted from the fund balance in this
Water fund revenues budgeted for next year total
$225,885, or about $10,000 more than the current year.
Actual water fund revenues estimated for fiscal '85 are
$264,727, or almost $50,000 above what was budgeted.
Because of this, $41,915 is deducted from the fund
balance in the proposed budget.
General fund expenses in the proposed budget, in
most categories, are up. Some more than others. Three
categories show substantial decreases.
Expenses for streets under the Powell Bill show the
biggest drop, with $36,170 in the proposed budget as
compared with $56,616 in last year's budget and $66,316
actually spent. Accounting for most of the difference is
capital outlay for streets. The budget nroDoses to snend
$19,900 in fiscal '86. In fiscal '85, $41,666 was budgeted
and $51,266 was actually spent.
For accessways, beautification and recreation, only
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- - . -VnVOar WWVII
Appointments to three town boards King nominal)
were made Monday night by Holuen nominated Hob
Beach commissioners at their Stanley nomi
regular monthly meeting. number one alt
Gill Bass, manager of the Holden adjustments ai
Upjiph Fishing Pif?ri wn? "nnnlntwj tn t\VG.
the planning and zoning board. He Commission
was nominated by Commissioner Hal nominated Mai
Stanley. three-year tern
tions and f'ntrl
Promoted from alternate to year term,
member of the planning and zoning
board was Sid Swarts, who was Commission)
nominated by Commissioner Jim lau Thomas fc
Griffin. term on the b(
Stanley also nominated Jack Scar- withdrew the n
borough for reappointment, and members of t
Wyrian Taylor for appointment as votes for Poulo:
alternates to that board. Later Scar- Before the
borough was designated the number Griffin suggest
one alternate and Taylor number 2. by secret ballc
that ttic law pi
Hose Cole and Virgil Roberts were manner,
reappointed to the board of ad- AH other i
lustmenls. Commissioner Graham unanimous by
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E BRUNSWICK BEACON. Thursday, June 6, 1985?Page 3-A
$800 is budgeted for the coming year. In fiscal '85.
$16,700 was budgeted and $17,150 was spent.
Governing body expenses dropped in this year's
budget to $12,060 from $17,227 in fiscal '85 and the
$14,576 actually spent. Elmination of $5,500 in contracted
services accounts for most of the drop.
Of the categories increased, planning and zoning
shows the biggest jump with $18,625 budgeted in fiscal
'86. This compares to $8,625 budgeted in fiscal '85 and
$6,205 actually spent. Professional services under this
category accounted for the big jump since $17,875 is proposed
in the new budget while only $7,500 was budgeted
in fiscal '85.
The new budget calls for salary increases of about six
percent for administration and 14 percent in the police
Expenses of inspections is up to $10,128 in the new
budget, compared with $13,418 budgeted in fiscal '85
and $12,900 actually spent. Mast of the difference is addition
of a full-time salary of $15,000 and elimination of
part-time salary expenses of $10,400.
Commissioners, who will meet June 17 at 7:30 p.m. to
hold public hearings on rezoning requests, will more
than likely take final action on the budget at that time.
,'tl Cole anil t.riffin A settlement nuiy be near over
urts- , , the controversial duplex built by
natcd Jim Buffalocas Alfln Holdon on tllc CItsl elul of
ernate on the board of HoWen Bcndl
id M Hell us number
Commissioners vyont behind
er Gloria Barrett closed doors at the end of Monday
>le Dutton for another night's meeting with town ntl
on the board of elec- 1 ?l"-1* ?
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icin Poulos for ii two- le^nl matter, presumed to be the
town's suit over the duplex. The
town contends it is actually two
r King notn.natei. siruciurcs on one ioi and a vioiu"
the sumo two-year tion of town zoning ordinances.
Mird of elections, but
oinination after three llotden lias maintained all along
he commission cast that the town issued building pers.
mlts for the development, which
vote, Commissioner he maintains is a "unique"
ed tiie vote Ik- taken duplex,
it. lie was reminded
ohibits voting in tills Whe" lh? s?rret
over. Mayor Kenner Amos said
appointments were any decision reached would be ankCclamaVlon.
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