North Carolina Newspapers

Issue h5 January 1977
Editors; Mary Doll
Betty Hammon
COMSSIONERS MEETING, December 7 - The Board amended the commercial
zoning ordinance as discussed at the public hearing on Novem**
er This establishes a Community Appearance Commission which will serve
in ^ advisory capacity. The amendment modifies the maximum density for
iving units, allowing an average density not to exceed 10 units per acre.
Mayor Haller announced plans for a water tank to serve the undeveloped por-
west, the tower to be located off Roosevelt Drive
near the present town hall. The Commissioners thanked Ken ICnight and the
group of citizens working with him clearing th^ land where the proposed
municipal complex would go. Ken tells your editors that over twenty men
helped, too many to list individually in the Shore Line. He also tells us
that we owe special thanks to A.C. Davis who permitted the group to use his
their December 15 meeting, the Commisssioners set the date of January
f K on the proposed waterways ordinance, the hearing
o De held at 5 p.m. at the Marine Resources Center. Bill Uebele and John
ompson presented all data on establishing a rescue squad and fire depart-
T.TL process for an emergency medical training course which
fmu at the Marine Resources Center if enough people sign up.
\The meeting to discuss organizing the course was held December 27, but there
to sign up for the course. If you wish to enroll, call
either Bill Uebele or John Thompson for further information.)
Officials - Kerney Smith has done many
things for the town, including vjorking with A.C. Davis, all on a volunteer
basis. Thank you, Kerney.
announcement - RIY SCOGGINS has resigned as tovm building
SSction'nf Shores as building inspector from the
sanizaSL of “ August 1973. Before that, he worked for the or-
r-iht?? ° 1°'^ incorporation and has put in long hours of
ri.ih fh! I u® ‘““y organizations - the Bogue Banks Lions
Club, the golf club, PIKSCO. He is, indeed, a well known figure in our
coumunity, and has contributed a great deal. In the interim period follow-
rafi s resignation, anyone having a question regarding building should
p»rLn clerk, Aileen Adaias, who will refer the question to the proper
AND NOW — there are so many new residents that we have not talked with all
oi them as yet. We v/ill introduce you to others next month, but this
month we would like you to meet;
On Poplar Court, BETTY LEE and BOB LAMPE are making the happy adjustment
cooT Jersey) to this year*s disturbingly
cool South. Bob retires in mid-January as Vice President of Colgate
^ii.molive Co., where he has been general manager of associatei products
division. He looks forward to lots of golf, although currently he is
spending lots of time putting shelves in closets, a somewhat far cry from
his more creative hobby of refinishing furniture. Betty*s a golfer, too,
and also loves bridge, sews, and says she is a frustrated decorator. The
Lampes have a married son in Marlboro, New Jersey, as well as son Mike,
oust out of a four year Btiiit in the Air Force, now doing R. and R. here
before plunging into the woi-ld. He*s a guitarist, can be heard doing
msses at the Catholic Church in Morehead... Incidentally, the Lampes
Knew the Tom Kerrs in New Jersey, although their ending up here came as a
surprise to both!
PA.T and BILL BACHERT are new on Loblolly - you might dall them artists-in*-
resi^dence since both .are indeed artists. As they explain it, Pat is an
impressionist, with emphasis on portrait work, and Bill is an expressionist,
and does geometric canvases in the Vasarelly tradition. However, both
seem well versed in several media, have both taught art, have worked hard
in art center projects, and even had a gallery in the hotel they ran in
unio. j^iiey come to us most recently from Zanesville, Ohio, having had

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