Published by The Town of Pine Knoll Shores In The Interests Of Its Citizens
Post Office Box 757, Atlantic Beach, N. C. 28512 _
Town Hall: 247-4353 Emergency Phones: Police: 728-3772 Fire & Rescue: 728-4111
VOLUME IX September 1988
Mary Korff - Editor
Mayor Hanan opened the September meeting with a presentation of the ADJ^CED LAW
ENFORCEMENT CERTIFICATE to Cpl. Charles Gibson, of our Police Department. This is the
highest professional certificate awarded by the N, C. Criminal Education and Training
Standards Commission. The award must be earned by obtaining the specified hours of
training and relevant education as well as obtaining the necessary experience.
Our congratulations to Cpl. Gibson. You do us proud!
Reports indicated 17% of revenues collected and 14+% of expenditures disbursed in
August. Tax collection to date is 13%.
Commissioner Roderick reports that road resurfacing is finished for now. Chances
are there will be a campaign to get your favorite pothole fixed in the near future so
be ready with your selection. Trees have been trimmed at intersections; water has been
installed at the plantings and the overflow collar at the drain on Beechwood and Sycamore
has been raised. Although the road to the Aquarium is not the responsibility of the
town, Evan has had many complaints and has written the State about it. Meanwhile e
and Andy Turney have personally fixed some of the worst of the potholes. Apparently
the State can't do it very soon because of red tape e.g. "Whose jurisdiction is it.
Commissioner Shedd reported on the Planning Board meeting which is covered l^ter
in this issue. The Building Inspection report showed 4 residential permits issued in
August, 7 miscellaneous permits and 5 Certificates of Occupancy.
Shedd requested that public hearings be set up to consider the changes in the zoning
ordinance to permit the Wildlife Center, the 25% structural coverage limit and the Re
combination of lots—all of which have been recommended by the Planning Board.
Commissioner Sotir reported 17 emergency rescue calls and 2
requested the adoption of a proclamation declaring the week of Septei^r 18 24 as E^
week [which was done] and requested residents to make some gesture of appreciation to
the Rescue Squad members during that time.
TOWN OF PINE KNOLL SHORES, N.C
Route 3 - Municipal Circle
Pine Knoll Shores, NC
PERMIT NO. 22