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Published by The Town of Pine Knoll Shores In The Interests Of Its Citizens
Post Office Box 757, Atlantic Beach, N. C. 28512
Volume II - Wumber 7
G. W. Eastland, Editor
Lenora Roberson, Associate Editor
BRAD SMITH APPOIITTED W. Bradford Smith has been appointed a member of the Pine
Knoll Shores Board of Commissioners at a .special meeting
TOWN COMMISSIONER held f-Ionday, March 9» Brad Smith vdll fill the unexpired
term of the late Commissioner Elwood Ratliffe, and will
serve as Commissioner of Public Property and Streets.
Mr. Smith, bom at Springfield, Mass., graduated from the University of
Virginia vjith a major in Economics. He later served as a captain in the Air
Force, as a fighter pilot in the Pacific area.
Mr. Smith and his wife, Margaret, moved to Pine Knoll Shores, on Loblolly Drive,
from Cos Cob, Conn., in September 1979« Before retiring he was with American Can
Company as Administrator of Planning, Manufacturing and^^Financial Controls.
He is a member of the tennis committee at the country club, and is active in
maintaining Ocean Park. His hobbies are golf, tennis, sailing and wood working.
FROM MARCH MEETING The smbject of home burglar alarms was discussed at some
length, due mainly to the fact that some of these alarms,
for one reason or another, have begun operating and have
continued to sound for hours before being shut off. This
creates a nuisance that is annoying to neighbors arid also defeats the purpose of
the alarm. The Board suggests to homeowners who have installed such an alarm to
leave a key with neighbors so the system can be shut off when it goes on accidentally.
Upon finishing his monthly police department report, Commissioner Jack Thompson
accepted on behalf of the members of the Police Department, praise from members of
the audience for an excellent job the police do in home surveillance when residents
are away. The police, he said, will be happy ”to keep an eye on” any town residence
upon written request from the owner. Appropriate forms are available at Towii Hall.
Commissioner Jerome reported that four citizens of Pine Knoll Shores are
involved in the retired senior executives volunteer program, initiated by Gov.
Hunt durinfT, his visit last summer. Larry Jeroms and Buck Hathorne are chairmen of
TOWN OF PINE KNOLL SHORES
Post Office Box 757
Atlantic Beach, N. C. 28512
Mr• & Mrs Jack Goldstein
125 Loblolly Dr. PKS
Morehead City, NC 28557
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