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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, January 13, 1994, Page PAGE 11-A, Image 11

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Rose, GOP Opponent Announce Candidacy For U.S. House BY SUSAN USHER Congressman Charlie Rose an nounced Tuesday that he has filed for re-election to represent the 7th District of North Carolina, which in cludes Brunswick County, and the field of candidates for local offices has grown. ...hn kie U..I.I |U., -7.1. IXU.lWt OiKl UU.t IIVIU tnv /til District seat since 1973. will face opposition again on the Nov. 2 bal lot. Fayetteville attorney Jim Cooper announced Tuesday that he plans to file this Friday. Jan. 14, for the Republican nomination. Robert Anderson, who ran against Rose in 1990 and 1992 has also announced his intent to run again. Rose is the dean of the North Carolina congressional delegation and chairman of the Committee on House Administration. Me is also a senior ranking member of the Committee on Agriculture and chairman of the subcommittee on specialty crops and natural re sources. This panel is primarily re sponsible for the tobacco anil peanut programs, as well as forestry. The Fayetteville native introduced several major pieces of legislation which passed the House during the lust session, including the ?*" ??rrsi!y and Medical l eave Act, Campaign Finance Reform and the Lumbee Recognition Act. He was also a chief sponsor of the motor-voter bill which became law. "I believe that there is much more that can be accomplished for the 7th Congressional District and North Carolina in the upcoming session." he said. "I look forward to continu ing to serve the people of the 7th District and to doing as much as I can to make sure that North Carolina's interests are fully and ef fectively represented in Washing ton." Calabash Adopts Fee For Repeat Building Inspections BY ERIC C ARLSON Building contractors working in Calabash will no longer get an un limited number of free return visits from the building inspector since the board of commissioners voted Tues day to approve a re-inspection fee of S30. B"il<ling inspector John Fazekas told the board that he sometimes gets called back to the same job site seven or eight times to re-inspect portions of a building project. He re quested that the new fee be adopted to encourage builders have their work properly completed before calling for an inspection. Commissioner Ed Schaack, the town's former building inspector, said some contractors abuse the sys tem by making the town perform the function of construction foreman by repeatedly telling workers how to the job is to be done. "When I told one contractor what we had in mind, he actually asked me, 'You mean we're going to get charged for an extra inspection even though we don't know what we're doing?'" Schaack said. Commissioner Keith Hardee, who is also a builder, said most contrac tors consider Calabash's building in spection policies to be some of the best in the area. Most town's charge higher fees and many require 24 hours advanced notice before a building inspector will visit a job site. "No other town gives that kind of service. You call him up and he comes. You don't need to wait 24 hours." Hardee said. "Most builders I know appreciate that. They won't mind $30 tor n rc*inspcc!lon if they can get it done that fast." Commissioner Bob Noe ques tioned whether the town was being too harsh in requiring a re-inspec tion fee for every return visit. He noted that the inspector frequently asks for a minor correction and then has to return to make sure the change has been made. Me suggest ed that the reinspection fee be charged only if a second re-inspec tion is requested. Th?* hoard eventually voted 5-to 1. with Alvin l.eisev dissenting, to require the $30 re-inspection fee "at the discretion of the building inspec tor." In other business: 5 The board voted 4-to-2. with Noe and Teddy Altreuter dissenting, in favor of five resolutions to facili tate their approval last week of $150.000 in sewage system engi neering fees. Altreuter said she had some "very serious worries" about the town's ongoing plans for a joint sewer system with Sunset Beach. Noe said the town should have a ref erendum before going into debt to fund the project. ? Agreed to donate $500 to the Friends of West Brunswick Library to help keep the Shallotte library branch operating at a temporary lo cation during a six-month renova tion scheduled to begin in March. Phyllis Manning told the board that the group hopes to raise $10.000 to pay rent and other expenses for a temporary library. ? Scheduled a Feb. 17 public hearing on the town's 201 Facilities plan for the proposed sewer system. Correction Last wtek's account of the Jan. 3 Calabash Board of Commis sioners meeting should have re ported a vote of 5-to-2 in favor of funding engineering plans for the proposed sewer system. We re gret the error. No Ruling Made In Hearing For Leland Voting Official The Brunswick County Board of Tuesday was scheduled at the direc Elections made no ruling Tuesday tion of the State Board of Elections following a personnel hearing for after results of the Leland Sanitary Leland Precinct Registrar Helen District election on Nov. 2 were de Best. clared invalid and a new election or Transcripts of the proceedings are dered. expected to he available to elections Those results were thrown out he board members in advance of their cause approximately 60 people not next meeting, on Tuesday, Jan. IS. in the district had voted ballots at at 6 p.m., said Supervisor Lynda the Leland polling place There was Br:!!. The i? ??vrxvted to set a only four votes' difference between date then for issuing its findings ot the last two candidates tor the tive fact and conclusions of law in the member hoard. matter. The same six candidates will ap Their determination w ill probably pear on the Feb. X ballot, when dis l)e announced at a called meeting of trict residents return to their polling the board, she said. places in Leland. Belville and The hearing held at mid-rnorning Woodburn precincts. tejSULTS Use the Classifieds whether you're buying or selling. THE BRUNSWICK&BEACON 754 6890 Cooper's qualifications as a can didate include 20 years' experience as a criminal and civil trial lawyer. 20 years of service as an Air Force staff officer and combat pilot and active community leadership in roles such as a member of the Cumber land County Board of Social Serv sees ?nd as moderator of fhp N?*w South River Baptist Association. He is a graduate of the Duke University Schtxrl of I .aw. "In our opinion." stated Cooper, "our nation is facing a leadership crisis which could result in a lack of confidence in our future and a de cline in our moral strength which would lead to economic decline and a lower standard of living for our children. "I believe that our present Congressman from the 7th District of North Carolina lacks leadership abilities and also lacks the philo sophical convictions essential to make him an effective representative of the people. Red wine Seeks Re-Election Incumbent E. David Redwine of Ocean Isle has joined Dewey Hill of Lake Waccamaw in filing for re election to the two 14th District seats in the state House of Rep resentatives. Redwine, 4X. a Shallotte native and insuranceman. tiled Jan. (1. He has served in the House since 1W3. when he was appointed to till a va cancy. On the county scene. Republican candidate Frances l.udlum Bahson of Shallotte filed for the District I commissioners' seat. Democrat George Wilson ol Supply, a tormer band teacher, tiled for the District 2 seat on the Brunswick County Board of Edu cation. As of Tuesday incumbent Polly Russ. a Democrat, had not filed for re-election By Tuesday all five incumbcnt county commissioners h;id tiled for re-election. Those tiling most re cently were Republicans Jerry Jones of Shallolte, District 2. and Donald Shaw ol I .eland. District 5; and Democrat Wayland Vereen of Yau pon Beach. District 3. Two more incumbents on the Brunswick County Board of Edu cation also filed lor re-election: Re publicans Yvonne Bright of Iceland. District 5. and Bill Fairley of South port. District 3. In Columbus County, Whiteville attorney (i. Phillip David filed Jan. 7 lor the 13th District Court bench seat now held by David Wall, who has said he will not seek re-election. The 13th District includes Brunswick, Bladen and Columbus counties. These candidates filed earlier: ? Sheriff: N.C. Highway Patrol man Jerry Dove; Chief Deputy John Marlim, Deputy Lt. Ronald Hewett; and Long Beach Police Sgt. Bill Sisk. Democrats; anil Southport businessman James Brown. Repub lican; g Board of Commissioners: in cumbent Don Warren. Democrat. District 1; incumbent Tom Rabon. Democrat. District 4. Michael Bal lard. Democrat. District 5; W.A. "Alfonzo" Roach. Democrat. Dist rict 2; ? Board of I ducat ion: incumbent Thurman Cause. Democrat. District I; Clemla Browning. Democrat. District 5; Olaf "Bud" Thorsen. Dem<K.rat, District 1; ? N.C. House of Representatives: Dewey Mill. Lake Waccamaw. Democrat. I4iii District, Thomas I Wright. Wilmington, Democrat. 'J.Sth District; and ? State Senate: Ron Taylor. Bladen Countv. 18th District NOW VOUR AD CAN REACH ALL OF NORTH CAROLINA FOR ONLY 25 WORDS $6 each additional word i NORTH CAROLINA OVER 120 NEWSPAPERS (For more information, call this newspaper or...) SIMPLY FILL OUT THIS FORM AND SEND WITH VOUR CHECK. (No Phone Orders. 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