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business. A replacement is being sought.
Commissioner Aubrey Johnson, of the Fire and Rescue Departments,
requested the Board to approve a proposed public meeting by the
Rescue Squad, at which time the Rescue Squad will demonstrate for
the public its skills and equipment, and also to recruit addi
tional personnel. The Board gave its unanimous approval and
scheduled the meeting for the evening of Wednesday, December 3
at 7:00 at the Town Hall, Commissioner Johnson expressed the hope
that the residents of Pine Knoll Shores will make every effort
to attend this affair, because, as the Board asserted, the Rescue
Squad is a vital and important function and should receive broad
Finally, Mayor Wayne Cleveland appointed Commissioners Johnson
and Thompson as the two required members of the Board to serve
on the Firemen’s Relief and Benefit Fund, participation in which
the Board gave its approval last month.
CPA PRAISES TOV/I\[ FOR Paul Hamlin, of the firm of Neighbors, Neal
and Hamlin, that did an auditfor the Town’s
.FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING financial program, had high praise for the
accuracy and thoroughness of the handling
"the town’s finances. In his presentation of the firm’s 1979-
1980 audit, he singled out the fine work of Commissioner Bill
Dixon and Town Clerk Corinne Geer for their knowledge and abilities
of municipal accounting. The firm’s report stressed a very positive
position of the Town?s financial situation and outlook. At the
meeting it also was reported 1979 property taxes were 99fa collected.
A copy of the firm’s audit is on file in the office of the Town
GA_RDEN CLUB HEARS OF Barbara Higginbotham, president of the Wild
wood Garden Club of Jacksonville, NC, was
’’COLONIAL CHRISTMAS” guest speaker at the November meeting of the
Pine Knoll Shores Garden Club, and described
for the members a program of ’’Christmas In Cdilonial America.” The
meeting was held at the Town Hall, Wednesday, November 12.
At the meeting Elizabeth Schlimper and Margeret Smith were welcomed
as new members, and Ann Ratliffe was named as treasurer, succeeding
Mary Catherine Smith, who has resigned.
During the business portion of the meeting. President Becky Moore
thanked all those who participated in "Green Bag Day," on October
15, and reported that more than 50 bags of refuse was collected.
Helen Granger, Projects Chairman, explaned the delay in the
landscaping of Mimosa Boulevard and Oakleaf Drive entrance islands,
which was the result of the paving contractor not completing the
curbing at Oakleaf Drive. Once this is finished the planting will
proceed, she said.
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