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Shaiiotle aldermen Wednesday
night quickly disposed of a "hot
potato" carried over from their last
meeting, dctcrrriirimg tluil owners of
rental mobile home lobs will be
assessed a one-time capital reserve
fee each time a newly created space
Board members addressed the
question at the request of Building Inspector
Albert Hughes, who said the
town's new fee schedule needed to be
clarified since it didn't address space
"Is it still the hot potato it was at
Thursday, Sept. 12
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the Calabash Elks 1-odge, with Hu
Against Spouse Abuse, as guest spc
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U.S. 17, 7::tf) p.m.
Friday, Sept. 13
SQUARE DANCING CLUB meets at t!
mile south of Shallotte. The meeting
GAME NIGHT at the Sunset Beach Vc
Saturday, Sept. 14
GAME NIGHT at the Calabash Volunt
Monday, Sept. 16
BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD O
Brunswick County Government Cei
hearing at 6 p.m. on a propose!
Brunswick Technical College's buil
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING for a
Building, Brunswick County Cover
should attend, 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 18
BRUNSWICK TOASTMASTERS meet
Restaurant. Southport, 7 a.m.-8 a.r
DISTRICT 9 MEETING of the Nationi
Revolution of North Carolina, at
Jacksonville and Richlands, 9:30 a.
SIIAI.UIITE AlilEllMEN meet at Ul
room at Supply, 7 p.m.
BRUNSWICK COUNTY PLANNING II
conference room, Brunswick Count;
a a ? . -
A llolden Bench businessman has
been charged I)) tho Brunswick
County Sheriff's Department with
four counts of practicing low wlUiout
ii license and throe counts of obtaining
property hy false pretense.
Officers arrested and charged
Hlclianl I Harding of Route 1, Supply,
on Auk 30. He was released from
the Brunswick County .tad on
secured I Kind of 1200 for each of the
Ills first court appearance Is
scheduled In Brunswick County
District Criminal Court on Sept IB.
AccordlitK to the warrants, Harding
"knowingly and with intent to
cheat and defraud," accepted $120
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ON, Thursday, September 12, 1985
the last meeting?" asked Mayor
"It still is," replied Alderman
David Gause, "but it still has to be
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New residences, under a new ordinance
effective July 1, are charged
an impact fee of $200 per bedroom, or
a $500 minimum, at the time the
building inspection fee is paid. The
idea is to offset new demands on the
sewer system oy collecting fees to
apply toward expansion of the treatment
Aldermen said it wouldn't be fair to
I lYotective Order of the Elk, meets at
gh Higson, director of the Committee
:aker, 8 p.m.
in Hut, one mile south of Shallotte on
le American I,egion Hut on U.S. 17 one
; is open to the public, 8 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
ilunteer Fire Department, 8 p.m.
ecr r ire ueparuneni, b p.m.
F COMMISSIONERS meet at the
nter, Bolivia, 4:30 p.m., with a public
1 $8 million referendum to support
coed softball league, at the Planning
nment Center. Team representatives
for breakfast at the Ship's Chandler
n. Visitors and prospective members
il Society, Daughters of the American
the Sea King Restaurant between
e town hall, 7:30 p.m.
; Board of Trustees meets in the board
lOAKl) meets in the planning building
y Government Center, 7.30 p.m.
from W Eugene Hutchcns Jr. under
fuLse pretenses "by representing
Hutchcns in certain legal matters as
He also allegedly accepted $200
from James Katrcloth and advised
and counseled him und furnished the
service ot a lawyer
Similar warrant* also assert he
provided legal-type services to
Thomas and I auric Webb and was
paid $100. He also provided legal services
to Thomas Gray, but did not
receive any money, according to the
Harding Is a partner In Harding &
Associates on Old Kerry (load near
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levy the fee against each new
household that rents a mobile home
"The best bet is to have it paid one
iime," said Alderman Jeny Junes,
wnen the first unit is set in place and
demand on the sewer system increases.
Once in place, they said, a unit's
Impact on the sewer system would
The fee will be levied against the
owner, not the tenant.
"If It's a rental, the owner pays,"
said Alderman Wilton Harrelson.
"Ho can charge any way he wants to
cover his costs. That will be between
him and his tenants."
Existing spaces would not be affected.
The one-time fee is to be based
on the size of the unit first moved
into the space?the minimum $500 for
a two-bedroom mobile home or $600
for a three-bedroom unit.
This clarification isn't expected to
liave an immediate impact. There Is
only one mobile home park presently
located within the town limits, and to
the board's knowledge, the owner has
no immediate plans for expansion.
utility?water?dominated the remainder
of the 2-hour meeting, as
aldermen grappled with the question
of how to nav for needed water line
extensions within town.
After a lengthy discussion, the
board authorized Mayor Beamon
Hcwett to negotiate with T & T
Development Co. on extension of
water service to its location on N.C.
130 within the town limits.
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served by extending iiie existing
three-inch line, the mayor said.
"But it wouldn't be fair for him to
develop the entire property with it
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The town wants the existing water
line replaced with six-inch pipe and
extended to the far end of the T & T
property line. Aldermen said they
were willing to work with the company
to get this done, rather than forcing
the firm to pay the entire cost
"I think it's the town's responsibility
to increase the line size to the end
of the existing three-inch line," said
Gause, with other board members in
The town will offer an in-kind contribution
of labor, since it doesn't
have the required cash. Hughes is to
prepare estimates for both labor and
"They concurred that if I can make
some kind of deal with T & T we'll go
that route," said Hewett.
Aldermen authorized the town's
sewer system engineer, Finley
Boney & Assoc., to apply for state
Clean Water Bond funds to cover 50
percent of the purchase of an influent
meter, the seeding/planting of
coastal Bermuda grass at the sewer
plant and sprinkler installation. The
mayor will also ask if the 50 percent
matching funds could be used for
other projects, such as adding collection
lines, improving the lift station
or reducing impact fees. The funds
are offered for new or expansion projects
too costly and burdensome for
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They also directed that mater??
be ordered for a water main along
Mintz Street to River Road to serve
the Church nf Jesus Christ of Latterday
Saints, Shallotte Branch. The
line will also provide more water
pressure for some households along
uie sireel now servea oy a one-incn
line. The church plans to donate
$7,500 to the town to insure "a first
quality system." It asks that the newline
be installed by Sept. 13 if possible.
The work will take about one
week to complete once supplies arrive.
Branch President Nolan Galloway
wrote the town seeking clarification
of "confusion" over the size of line to
be installed, noting that an estimate
provided the church covered
upgrading of the line as well as extending
Mayor Hewett said Galloway had
been asked to forward the check so
that a public presentation could be
arranged and work could begin.
Hewett said the town had $5,000 in
the water and sewer budget, for payIShallotte
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ing bills. Line extensions cannot be
paid for with the operating funds or
with the capital reserve hind for expansion
of the treatment plant.
"That's the predicament we're in,"
In other business, the board:
Tabled, until more information is
available, a request from Bob Ford
to allow a relocating business to
operate no more than six months
from a mobile office on Commerce
Street until a building is completed.
Authorized readvertising of bids
for an addition to the fire station,
since only one bid was received.
Directed Building Inspector
Albert Hughes to write the
developers of Twin Creek Shopping
Plaza regarding complaints from
nearby residents about the rear of
the building, recommending they
submit proposals for screening and
landscaping the area to improve its
appearance and to keep trash from
blowing. Aldermen pointed out
nzzsaum ::cru w yc ui?un at
other shopping centers in town.
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