North Carolina Newspapers

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ISSUE 26
EDITOaS:
COMMISSIONERS* MEETING, MA3T 8, I975
The Town went on record in favor of keeping the area west of Pine
under the County’s Zoning jurisdiction.
Mayor Redfield announced that the tax rate for 1975 would be $.15 per $100 valua
tion; last year it was $.15.3.
for its support of the Salter Path Road Improvement was read;
t came from Mr, T, L, Waters, Manager of Planning and Research of the Dept, of
Transportation and Highway Safety of the State of North Carolina, He said they hot
to go ahead soon in spite of the suit against them, adding that the Court hasn't
acted on the requested injunction,
PUBLIC HEARING ON GRDINANCBS 3 through 9 - MAY I3,
About twenty townspeople attended this hearing which included open discussion on
the following proposed ordinances:
3, Abandoned and Junked Motor Vehicles
4, Operation of Motor Vehicles
5« Disorderly Conduct
6, Penalties
7, Streets and Sidewalks
8, Municipal Utilities
9« Health Protection and Disease Protection,
These Ordinances will probably be passed at the regular meeting of the Commission-
12th, They are detailed and cover lots of things; we offer you a few
tidbits:
The speed limit within the Town will be 25 miles per hour unless otherwise
posted, (Ought to eliminate all the tire squeaking tool)
Prohibited is the keeping of any animal or bird which, by causing a frequent
or long continued noise, shall disturb the comfort and repose of persons in the
vicinity, (Offenders, asked one resident, later, would be subject, then, to
"de-bark-ation”? Oh, dear)
^ terrific* *'No horses, goats, cattle, or other animals,
^eluding dogs and cate, shall be permitted to be unleashed, within the Town
l3jnits. All animals (except on the property of the animal owner) caught running
impounded by the Town police or dog catcher, and unless claimed
within fo^ days, shall be disposed of as the Town shall deem best," (All you
cattle raisers and assorted goatherds be sure that when you take your creatures
for a walk they’re leashed,)
Seriously, after June 12, these ordinances will be in effect, and everyone had best
be familiar with them. They can be seen at the Town Hall, Bridge Road,
/^o at this hearing, the Commissioners further discussed the bid by Indian Beach
for annexation of the area directly west of PKS, drafting a resolution to be sent
to the legislature along with a letter, explaining their reasons for wanting
County Zoning to be continued in that area,
budget HEARING. Mav 20^ 1Q7«;
Only five townspeople attended the hearing during which Commissioner Bezuyen pre
sented the budgetfor the year beginning July 1, I975 through June 30, I976, He
eaaplained that the rate would be fifteen cents for one hundred dollar valuation;
tnat if the expected surplus for the coming year materializes, some funds will be
3-ddressograph equipment, some for a study of the expansion posci-
Dirties for the Town Hall, and some toward the garbage pick-up contract. The
Mget will be on display in the Town Hall until June 12, when it will be adopted,
at the regular Commissioners* meeting.
Commissioner Ramsey announced that th® ^rbage collection contract is now set up
and ready to go, that the Atlantic Sanitation people wUl be refunding money to
those ^sidents who have already paid for service for this year; the contract
collection will begin in either June or July, depending upon what the Commissionerts
decide at the Jtine 12th meeting.
Regarding the aiuiexation of 3bhe area west of us, the Board resolved to go on irecord
aa opposing that annexation by Indian Beach (although Commissioner Bray, inspite of
Wanting County zoning to remain intact there, did not vote to oppose Indian Beach*e
JUNE 1975
MARY DOLL
BETTY HAMMON
Knoll Shores
    

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