North Carolina Newspapers

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BINS KITOLL SHORE LINE
Issue 27 JULY, 1975
EDITORS: mm DOLL
BEIOT H/ MI40:
COMMISSIONERS* MEETING, JUNE 12, 1975
Announcement was made that Isttets and telegrams had been sent to Raleigh reg?.rc’ii
Tov/ti’s opposition to tho ann^.’rat^on by Jnlian Eeach cf the area went of PKS, tiic t .
anendTiOnt had been added to tiie Bill sta.tlng tha.t County 7>oaing would neod to thwtx
in effect cven if the annexation took place. Town /.ttorncy Nelson Taylor and
ComFis£z:)nv:rs Mcks and Mcl’-rrlde &.it:^nded a hesxing on the annsxs^.tion a,nd expressed
their oppociticn. It is siiil not known if the legiGl?,tuie v/ill «ven aot on tliis
bill this /eare
An important Civil Defense roport was given by BOB BLOOMER in tlie absence of BOB
0*NEilL, Civil Defense LUrector, It is su^rgest2d that PKS r^.sident,^ post the
following infomation 'j.t an to find spo't bccausc veteran hurricane survivors
feel in their bouss thut this is a year lor a big blow.
First of all, residents are asked to purchase civil defense stickers at the Town Ha
(fifty cents) which ars to be stuck on top of biunpers of cars under the left head
light, (dr^yer'fj side), Theae stickers say *'Pine Knoll Shoies Resident'', Cars
with other island comiaunity stickers will be discouraged from entering Pine Knoll
Shores during hurricanes.
Now then —~ I-B3. NATALIE HILTZ, Civil Defense staff nurse, will be on call for Civi?
Defense emergencies with or without the Rescue Squad calls. She will be taking the
92 Hour Rescue Squad course and will be considered a team member. She can be
reached at: , ^
NATALIE HILTZ 726-2088
Other numbers to keep at your phonei
BEAUFORT RESCUE SQUAD* 728-4111
BEAUFORT SHERIFF'S DEPT: 728-4114
or
728-3772
Natalie has made up four first aid kits which will be located at the following Aid
Stationsi ^ ^ /
1, Natalie Hiltz (comer Salter Path and Willow)
2, A. C, Davis (Mimosa, reached through Loblolly and Carob Ct.
as well)
3* Mary K, Smith (Oakleaf and Holly)
Bill Jordan (Oakleaf on the sound)
A RED FLARE will be lit at each of ten Civil Defense Stations during a time of
emergency. These stations already have Civil Defense emblems displayed. Residents
are urged to become familiar with their locations.
MOBILE UNITS available during emergencies are:
Lt, Col, 0*Neal's station wagon
A, C, Davis* truck
Bill Macdonald's mobile van
Police cax
GENESAL INFORMATION:
1, Keep food supplies plentiful during hurricane season
2. Have water available
3* Keep rain gear handy
Have portable radio if possible
5# If vacating, do so 24 hours prior to e,t,a. of storm. Go farther inland
than Now Bern, which is not a good risk,
6, Have a propane stove or lots of dry firewood around.
The Board adopted the 1975*76 Budget and the last of the Town Ordinances (3"9)*
Ordiri£.nces may be seen at the Town Hall,
^.CRUMLEY volunteered to go to Raleigh on the Town's behalf with a resolution re-
no passing zones, especially at the Mimosa Beach aecess, and no parking on
^^ter Path Road in PKS, The Board passed the resolution req.uesting a study by the
^lartment of Transportation on these mattei:s,
Kayor has been asked by the State to update the Town's population count (from
 lecoxded in 1970), and, with the help of RAY SCOGGINS, the count is now complete,
includes an estimate of 680 men, women, and children now living'in PKS
^there were 350 at tinvo of Inf orporation), with 252 single family houses on
17oQ acreg.
    

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