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Editors j MARY DOLL *?26-752l
BEl’TY HAMMON 726-6858
This was a completion of a regular meeting begun and adjouitied early on August 8 in
order that members could watch Mr, Nixonresignation speech.
Mayor Pro-Tem James Ramsey conducted the meeting in the absence of vacationing
Mayor James Redfield, He announced that the sub-divisions regulations ordinance
would be on display in the Town Hall after it was advertised in the newspapers on
August 22 and August 29» and that there will be a public hearing on this ordinance
on Monday, Sept, 9 at the Atlantis at 8:00 P.M. The ordinance is as follows:
1,. Adoption of an amendment to the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of PKS to prohibit
the construction of boat slips on any lots bordering either the canals in the Town
or the shore line of Bogue Sound within the Town,
2, Adoption of a comprehensive subdivision ordinance.
It was decided to send a letter to the State Highway Department asking permission
to erect "No Parking” signs on Salter Path Road inside corporate limits of PIS,
The Board also passed a resolution on guidelines for street lighting. Anyone with
q^uestions about street lighting in his area can see this resolution in the Town
The Board planned a DEDICATION OF THE TOWN HALL on Saturday, Sept. 7 at lOsOO A.M.
Mayor Redfield will dedicate the hall, and town attorney Nelson Taylor will talk on
the history of our island, Walter Jones, Ronald Earl Mason, and Livingston
Sta3JLings, the legislators who helped incorporate our town, have been invited.
Women of the comiaunity are to decorate for the ceremony with pots of flowers
brought from home. The Garden Club plantings will come later. The Board hopes we
will all set aside the time to attend this brief ceremony,
Last month the Architectural Control Committee of new PKS reminded all prospective
builders to read and reread the Deed Covenants which apply to all residential
property in the new PKS section. This month they would like to stress the impor
tance of advance planning for plenty of storage space. Most of us when we moved
here were amazed^to find how many, many possessions we had, often more than wouD.d
fit comfortably into our new homes. Under our covenants, we may not erect any
outbuildings such as separate garages, workshops for ov.r hobbies, or storage
builaings. So, plan early for adeq_uate storage. And before you build, familiarize
yourself with your covenants,
Rudy and IToko Schwanda have been living on Loblolly on the canal for two months now,
Rudy is a Captain in the Marines and is stationed at Cherry Point. He a flower.
He and Yoko were married in Japan. Their son, Karl, is three and a half now, Ihoy
bought their lot in 19?1, and Yoko enjoys living in Pir.e Knoll Shores, In fact,
they hope to retire here when Rudy retires from the‘Marine.Corps,
Ed and Alice Close are now happy permanent residents, Ed has retired from Bausch
and Lcmb where he was Vioe-PrcSidenl of M:^.nufactu?:“fng. And that is a far cry from
foresiry,^the profession in which he started, Alice was a t^aoher c^nd wound wa
her teaching career in Erockport, N.Y,, the town where Betty E=unmon was college
librarian. Lets of friends in common, and Alice and Betty are having fun saying,
Do you reraember when,,re,” /lice has joined the Gardc^n Club and is playing bridge
with one of the bridge groups, and Sd is buoy with th'^ yard^ with acq,uiriig a
boat, and fishing. Both of them love to sail and used to have a sailboat on
Lctke Ontario,
And down in the Golf Course section are the Archibalds, Sometime, somebody
should sponsor an "Open Homes Tour" for Knoll Shores, Perhaps the Garden
Club could take on the project next Spring - dur*Lng the Dogwood season - because

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