North Carolina Newspapers

Published by The Town of Pine Knoll Shores In The Interests Of Its Citizens
Post Office Box 757, Atlantic Beach, N. C. 28512
IvSN liALLER RE-EIiECTED Pine KqoU Shores BogLTd of Commissioners unanimously re
elected Ken Haller mayor of the tovjn and elected
MAYOR; BOARD ORGANIZES V/ayne Cleveland as mayor pro-tem at its regular
monthly meeting on Tuesday, December 4» which was also
the Board's organization meeting. At the same time, Mary Austin swore in Mr.
Haller and Bill Dixson, our newest commissioner,and Natalie Hiltz to four -
year terms on the Board. Both Mr. Haller and Mrs Hiltz were re-elected last
month, while Bill Dixson was elected to his first term. He was also appointed
financial officer of the board, succeeding Art Browne who chose not to run for
re-election. The board then reaffirmed the appointments of Bill Uebele as
chief building and electrical inspector and Art Hoyt and Kerney Smith as
assistants. The board also reaffirmed the appointments of Corinne Geer as town
clerk, and Connie Reese as assistant town clerk.
Mr. Haller took the occasion to express the appreciation of the Board and the
tovjn for the services Art Browne had rendered during his term, which he des
cribed as "outstanding." The Board also presented Mr. Brome vjith a gift
th^cing him for his services.
HEARING FOR ZONING In spite of the inclement weather prevailing at the
time, an almost full house attended the public hearing
CHANGES VJ5LL ATTEI'JDED at the Town Hall on Thursday, December 6, to hear and
comment on the changes to the zoning ordinance re
quested by the Holiday Inn, mainly with respect to increasing the density ratio
per square acre. Representing the Holidaj^ Inn were A1 Ward, of New Bern, the
motel’s legal counsel, and Jim Lester, manager of the local Inii. Speaking for
the to\7n was Larr^f Jerome, of the Zoning Board, vjho recited the position of the
tom concerning the changes on a point-by-point basis. A1 Ward, speaking for
the Holidaj.^ Inn, defended that organizations request for the changes. Citi
zens of the town in attendance also v/ere given an opportunity to comment on
each requested change, which they did with an appreciated eloquence.
Volume 1 - I'taber 4
December, 1979
UU T,ne na^T^er mxi be made by the Board of Commissioners.
Post Office Box 757
Atlantic Beach, N. C. 28512
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Mr. & Mrs. Jack Goldstein
125 Loblolly Dr. PF^
Morehead City, NC 2B557
Permit No. l
Atlantic Beach,
N. C. 28512

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