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Issue fO August I976
Editors: Mary Doll
COIMSSIONERS* MEETING, July 8:
The garbage situation is under control - Commissioners voted to award the
contract to S. R. Sanderson of Swansboro who's been picking it up for a few
weeks on an interim basis, MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS are the new pick-up days.
Garbage must be on the street, j •
Commissioner Smith, in an effort to save taxpayers' money, has found a new
meeting place for the Town: The Marine Resources Center will welcome the
Commissioners there on the FIRST TUESDAY of each month at 8 p.m., free of
c arge, Bogue Banks Country Club had found it necessary to charge ^50*00
for rental of its facilities. The August meeting will indeed be held at
tne harine Resources Center; turn right off Salter Path onto Bridge Rd.,
j first left to the center. The Commisssioners* regular 2 p,m,
Wednesday meetings will be on the THIRD IveDNESDAY from now on, instead of the
last Wednesday, but still at the Town Hall as before.
Commissioner McCulley reported that the sign posts on the street corners will
soon have new lettering on them.
Mayor Haller reminded Townspeople that 1976 license stickers are in order -
some 75 ones have been seen still adorning front bumpers.
eSmDORF^^ following report handed us by its Secretary, LUCY
PIKSCO's Annual Meeting was held Saturday, July 10, at the Marine Resources
voted on candidates for their Board of Directors: ICERNEY
ROBERT P. O'NEAL were elected fo three year terms, and
GEORGE ICLOEK to a two year term.
Following the annual meeting, the Board met, re-electing Lt, Col, O'Neal
G airman of the Board, and electing Korney Smith Vice-Chairman and Mrs, Lucy
Elmendorf Secretary. Treasurer FRED HILTZ resigned from the Board due to
pressure of other commitments, and RAY SCOGGINS, with the next highest number
of votes as a candidate, was appointed to fill Mr, Hiltz's unoxpired one year
term. Then Mrs, MARY B. SMITH was appointed to serve as Treasurer.
During the annual meeting of members, a question of the legality of the re
vision of the by-laws under which the meeting was called, was settled with
advice of lcg2^1 counsel in favor of the revision.
membership by the Acting Secretary, Treasurer, and
Chairman, and by Mr, Scoggins, on work being done to improve the. Knollwood
Drive Ocean Park. This work was made possible by a gift from the Roosevelts
and supervised by Mr, Scoggins,
A motion was passed to appoint a special committee to explore what changes
may be advisable when the deed covenants expire within the next few years.
PS to PIKSCO report: MY SCOGGINS tells us Knollwood Park is now paved, and
the walks construction is underway now.
At-the regular monthly meeting of the PINE MOLL ASSOCIATION BOARD on July
appointed, ED CRUI4LEY is its chairman, and it in-
GEORGE MCNEIL, DON BROCK, VIVIAN MACDONALD, CURTIS JOHNSON,
^N KNIGHT, and MILTON YAECK, ex officio. On July 19 the committee met to
^ear the report of the survey of the canals made by a Wilmington firm, and
p-ans future meetings soon regarding dredging and bulkheading possibilities.
MRS. G.N.W, JONES (FiARGARET) was appointed to serve on the Architectural
filling vacancy created when DANIEL VAUGHAN resigned, and
COOK was appointed Chairman of the Waterways and Embayment Areas Com
the Town Hall, PKS, on the second
• 0 ®^ch month at 7;30 p,m, and observers are v:elcomo* PIKSCO. in
cidentally, meets only as the need arises.
CONSTRUCTIOH NOTE: RA.Y SCOGGINS, building inspector, announces that during
-ho first SIX months of 1976, S750,000 worth of building permits were granted
t?,t£S trust the prizes will keep and that
picnic planners JANET EOBBIHS, MEY CATHERINE SKITH, MARJ AND FRANK JOHNSON,