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PINE ITOLL SHORE LINE
ISSUE #7 NOVEMBER, 1973
HIGHLIGHTS OF OCTOBER llTH MEETING OF PKS BOARD OF COXMISSIO^JERS,*
1, The Commissioners suopended issuing of building per^jits other than single
family residences and garages &ppurt?.r^ant thereto, being sei^/eci by a. septic tank s.nd
dra.Lii field for each such residence, or for any bi-isiness or cormercial building to
be se2Tved by^a separate septic xank and drain field no larger ^Shan ’Ghat required for
a detached single family dwelling. This ordinance will be in effect until’’further
enactment by the Board.
2, They passed a motion to prepare an ordinance which would prohibit all
vehicles on the Atlantic Beach Strand*
3» They hired REGINALD U, LEWIS, JR. of Morehead City to assist Chief Overman,
They appointed SI BEZUYEN as Town Accountant,
5. They announced that two giaests will appear at the November 8 meetings
MR.^J. L, MUSSELWAITE of the Wildlife Commj.S3ion will discuss the placing of speed
limits on the canals, MR. YOUKG, Adminis'crator of the Sea Lab located withing PKS
limits will explain about this new Marine Resources Center,
ATTENTION, VOTING RESIDENTS? You will vote at the Atlantis Lodge Town Hall office,
November 6th, on liquor by the drink, clean water and a school bond.
REMEMBER THE NOVEMBER 8 MEETING’ Meanwhile, the Town's proposed zoning ordinance
is on display in the Town Office at the Atlantis until November 9.
PINE KNOLL ASSOCIATION, INC, has accepted administration of park areas in the new
Pine Knoll Shores section. Ownership and legal responsibility for these parks re
main with the Roosevelt interests. Administration of parks in old Pine Knoll Shores
is still being decided,
^ET_A NEIGHBORt Ten years ago next'May, BILL and HAZEL SMITH moved here from
Beaufort, Their home, the second one built on Oakleaf Dr,, is a tribute to Bill's
workmanship. Originally it was the top off a government house at Cherry Point
which Bill remodeled and enlarged to make it the attractive home it is today. When
they moved here, PKS was not yet built up, and they could not see a light at night.
It was so quiet that all you could hear was the crickets and frogs. Bill and Hazel
T^ed to walk along a path through the woods beyond the foundations of the old
Hoffman house (where Hallers* house now stands) and knew where the pileated wood
pecker had its nest. Bill even saw a bobcat, but he says it was not a native
islander,^ It^slipped away from a zoo and amusement place for children near Atlantic
Beach, Bill is a State Trooper who has been stationed in Carteret County since
W7, Hazel was bom in Morehead City and talks of many happy trips to Shackleford
Banks and of hunting for shells at Cape Lookout, You know Hazel, of course. She
IS the woman with lovely red hair who carries huge stacks of books home from the
bookmo' lie. Bill and Hazel have a son, JAY, who is at Salisbury Tech studying fire
science technology. Their daughter and two grandchildren live in Florida,
house SITTER DEPARTMENT! Beginning to build on the ocean side of Salter Path Road,
near Mimosa, are CONNIE and ART BROWNE, currently of Alexandria, Va, Some time in
November they hope to move down to be near while construction proceeds, and they
ope to be in their home by May, 197^, They would like very much to live in a home
while they are here,^would welcome word from anyone whose house will be empty either
■the time included in the above months, and they would be willing to
contribute toward utility expenses, etc. Contact them at 7708 Tauxemont Road.
Alexandria, Va,, 22308,
M52®_CLyB; ^Sponsored by the Morehead City Women's Club, the newly organized
Newcomer Club will meet the fj.rst and third Thursdays of the month, 1:00 P.M. at the
Webb Civic Center in Morehead City. MRS, J. APONYOK (LOUISE) of PKS, is temporary
.^-irnan ^of the group. Says she, "We 5.nvite anyone who has lived here two years or
Ooo to join us, and if you are moving here soon, let us know? we'll welcome youI"
Call her for information at 726^^068,
    

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