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THS PINE KNOLL SHORE LINE
ISSUE 24 APRIL, 1975
EDITORS* DOLL
BETTY HAivCION
COMMISSIONERS* MEETING — March I3, 1975
C'JMMISSICN^SR HICKS, along with RAY SCOGGINS and ED CRUMLEY, have made our legisla
te! s and Mr, T107 Doc/ aware., throi’gh petition, of the wishes of many PKS^ers that '
the Salter Path Road i^proveTn^nts 'oe undertaken soon#
COM'-IiSSIGrfER RAM:3SY proposed that the Town contract w^.th Atlantic Sanitation for
garbage Cu>Mecii.on; it appears the service, assessed property owners through texa-
t3on, wciud cost theiTi /^lounil $35*00 less per year than it does now with private
ccn*;ract^o Ths Zoard C.ecide.l to the garbage collecticn into this ye£-r*s Dud^et;
possibly che cc-.r.'. cgvLl be f/wr^orb^n; in the budget without a tax rrtise* It will be
vie'^^ed a.t open bearing bsfcr^:; it 1:^ accepted,
COL, BOP O^NEAL reported tba‘- he wc’ild attend a Civil Defense meeting in Washington
on March .16 and !i.7, t.hat R/i'i SCCGGlNS hao been appointed Ciic'-.irraan of the Civil
fense Cojitrol Teaia, and tka-n DR. FRESCA would begin a first aid course for a2
interest cJ.tiz'^i.js ij001i
COL» G’Ni-LiL diGpl/v'ed s, Civ:'.l Defense decal that will be visible at specific resi
dences tb„!:ougho;.t cur toiin irhich will serve as emergor.cy shelters.
Through G0\’4IScJIGa^ER McBRIDS, Police Chief H0w^^■0 OVi-lIiMAN h«?s written to the Law
Eni'crceme;:t AsjiiGtr/ac;^ Act pecjple in order to find out if PK3 can perhaps receive
more lunds in g:.rr>r'^ jc our poj.icfc force« LEAA states oer'^ain guidelines which have
sii^ply cut out bi'^vjl towiiS lyjjji ii;s aid, and, somehow, the small towns are the oiies
who nc'ed this fond of h^lp tho most,
FroSi the guidelines on Coastal Management* *'The intc*nt of the Coastal Area Manage-
Hie:'it Act is to establj.th a program of cos-stal area ra/:.nagemen I between local and
stc.te goveriimenti-;''^ 3K)oal government hati the initiativa fci* planning.and, as Chair--
ma*. 0.: fiv- jvask force •^xivol^.lf\i: us. RAY SCOGGINS will be holding meetinfs here to
Ideab from cur pecj)le rogrx::ding flood control, marsh control, dune protection,
etc, in order tl:iat he can give a complete report to the Comi/J-ssion by July, Kean-
wh'^le residents are welcome to look over the guidelines which can be seen at the
Torn Hall.
PROP'XED CRDINANGE! The Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing APRIL 11
on prcpo";od orCJiid.nces concerning signs, traffic, and fire protection and preve.it-ior.
The, oidinances vill be available at the Town Hall, and residents may secu.:e copies
to take hoTisi so that they will be familiar with the proposed ordinances at the cime
cf the he£.r.i.ng,
THIO MAYOR TELLS US that another public hearing will be held Thursday May 1 at 8*00
P«M, at the At*'.antis to aiscuss the possible annexation by Piffi of an area to the
wert of us. This hearing will be announced twice in the Carteret Newspaper besides
no':ed here,
FR^D HEHLIN supervised the construction of the little trash houses at Mimosa Beach,
Sevorcul of the usual handy men built them, stained them, put the garbage cans in
thoF., They look terrific, and certainly encourage beach tidiness.
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THE CRAFT CUPBOARD is in the yellow half of the old depot bui3.dings on Arendell In
\«^-r:e.\:viad City, Fair and Bob Wright, (Fair is the daughter of PKS residents ESTHj^R
^Txd >I.^RI? KIRK) hearty young souH^ that they are, took their needlework businc3s
J'ion li«3 Jittle spot near the Post Office, stored it a.while, did a big paint .icb on
yie outer layer of the freight building of the old railroad station, knocked out
i-ral3.,i and turned *em into windows with ruffled curtains, carpeted and otheruis:
^iwn^d up the inside, then tucked their needlework stock back in and are chugr?;ing
splendidly.
Concentrating now on needlework, crewel, knitting, and crocheting supplies and kitr
they are exclusive carriers of Brunswick yams and Boye needles, and they have sex
up part of the building for framing facilities. Bob can pretty well pronise you p.
picture framing job in two days, and they have do-it-yourse3.f fi^ames as veil* Soon
they will be offering classes in various kinds of needlework. It is a bright,
colorful, cheerful place; stop by some day when your are "covering'* the waterfront
area. They are ;Jusi>..axsrDas the parking lot from all the action on fisherman*3 row,
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