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growth. The plan also allows for no areas outside the municipalities to be
included, and furthermore » Pine Knoll Shores has built-in controlled density-
zoning appropriate to its needs.
Commissioner Jerome reported one paragraph has been added to the recently
adopted ordinance concerning screening of pilings under structures in the Town*
The paragraph reads: ”If the screening involves structural work, the Building
Inspector also must determine whether it meets local, state and federal law
standards, particularly with reference to break-away walls as defined in the
ordinance of the Town adopted September 4» 1979» to incorporate Flood Plain
Management Regulations.” The Commissioners voted to accept the wording.
The matter of one and two day rentals of condominiums has been of concern
to some residents of Pine Knoll Shores recently, and Commissioner Jerome reported
the Planning Board has ^scussed this and Jack Greata, a Pine Knoll Townes resident,
Was asked to obtain copies of the by-laws of the several condominium associations
to determine how they deal with short-term rental problems.
^mmissioner Brad Smith reported that Charles McCord has been hired to do the
roadside mowing in the Town this summer, most of which he already has accomplished.
He also reported that a new spray unit for mosquito control has been purchased.
Mayor Cleveland praised the quick action of Police Commissioner Jack Thompson
and the Pine Knoll Shores police that resulted in the speedy recovery of a boat
stolen from the canal parallel to Beechwood Drive. A factor in the resolution
of this theft was the prompt reporting of the theft by Commissioner Johnson and
his wife to the police, which the Mayor said was commendable and a fine example
of how "Neighborhood Watch” benefits the residents of the Town.
Finally, Mayor Cleveland announced the election of Nancy Peterson as chief
of the ^scue Squad, and Peter Crumley the new assistant chief. Brenda Cox and
Dan'Sotir, formerly chief and assistant chief respectively, have resigned in
accordance with the squad’s by-laws.
GARDEN CHIB Pine I&ioll Shores Garden Club held its annual installation
of officers and luncheon at the Beaufort House on Wednesday*
INSTALLS pi«yiCERS June 10. Jo Zeller was in charge of the luncheon arranganents*
Elizabeth Ames, the club’s first president, installed the new
officers, who are: Martha Hare, president; Louise Jolitz,.vice president; Connie
Browne, treasurer. Continuing in office are Helen Granger, second vice president;
Irene Doremus, recording secretary, and Nancy Peterson, corresponding secretar|r.
Outgoing president Becky Moore recognized the past presidents in attendance,
including Elizabeth Ames, Janet Robbins and Audry Hofflneyer; also the charter members
who were present, including Vem Wallace, Marion Archibald, Irma Brossman, Audry
Ifoffhieyer, Newell Haller, Elizabeth Ames and Kay Jerome. The club was organized
Lynn Johnson presented Becky Moore with a brass door knocker on behalf of the
club members, and in turn, Becky Moore presented the gavel and president’s pin to
incoming president Martha Hare. In her acceptance, Martha Hare challenged the
members to continue their interest in the club’s primary goal, that of keeping
Pine KhoU Shores clean and beautiful.
The club’s next general meeting will be in September.