Published by The Town of Pine Knoll Shores In The Interests Of Its Citizens
Town Hall: 247-4353 Emergency Phones: Police: 728-3772 Fire & Rescue: 728-4111
VOLUME X - Number 11 November 1989
Mary Korff - Editor
Rpbert Ruggiero, Asst. Editor
The Board of Commssioners were served a full plate of issues that were addressed
at the November 14 meeting.
In the absence of commissioner Johnson, Corrine Geer gave the financial report. Of
the total budget of $810,352., 35% of the taxes have been collected for the fiscal year.
On this subject, please read the insert from Beverly Blaylock, our Town Tax Collector.
Commissioner Roderick received the Waste Inuustries proposal for a once a week
refuse collection to include all of the non-residential commercial properties in the
To\\m. The additional cost for this service will be $12,254. per year. A representative
of the Hotel Association, A. C. Hall requested that the town contract for two pick-ups.
The cost of the second refuse collection to be reimbursed by the Hotel Association to
Commissioner Shedd reported that the Planning Board had approved the preliminary
•plan for the Live Oak subdivision which will be located along the east side of Pine Knoll
Boulevard from Salter Path to Ramsey Drive. The 22 residential building lots must still
be approved after all permits have been issued. Questions concerning beach access were
answered by Dave Waller who said access will be at the V\/haler Inn. The Board approved
the preliminary plan for the subdivision.
CommissionersSotir and Gibson gave short summaries of police, fire and rescue squad
monthly activities. It was requested that the police department join in a mutual assis
tance program with other North Carolina communities. The Board approved with the proviso
that the town insurance would not be affected. Commissioner Gibson wanted to remind
everyone that the toim speed limit is 25mph.
Commissioner Sotir gave a report on the efforts of the Carteret County Water/Sewer
Task Force. The Task Force issued a resolution submitted for approval to the County
Commissioners. The goal of the Task Force was to preserve or improve the water quality
which is essential for the economic and environmental well-being of the citizens of
Carteret County. The resolution states:
TOWN OF PINE KNOLL SHORES, N.C,
Route 3 - Municipal Circle
Pine Knoll Shores, NC
PERMIT NO. 22