Published by The Town of Pine Knoll Shores In The Interests Of Its Citizens
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VOLUME XIII - Number 1 January 1992
BOB RUGGIERO ] ^
BARBARA MARKS J
COMMISSIONERS’ MEETING - JANUARY 14, 1992
Corinne Geer, Town Clerk of Pine Knoll Shores, gave the financial report in
Commissioner Gallo’s absence. She reported that as of December, 74% of the town
taxes were collected, but as of January 10, 1992, 97% have been paid. She announced
that information regarding the budget for the new year will be given to the Board
members at the February meeting.
Commissioner Hasulak reported 9 rescue calls for December, totalling 124 for the
year. The fire department had no calls for December, with 10 calls for 1991. With
the yew year comes the need for re-entry passes to be stamped for the forthcoming
hurricane season. Commissioner Hasulak stressed again that NO Passes will be stamped
after evacuation is announced.
•Commissioner Musgrave announced that Officer Hellerspeck completed 80 hours of
Breathalyzer school. There were 74 calls answered in December and 548 house checks.
Commissioner Schultz reported 4 new building permits, 11 miscellaneous permits,
and 3 certificates of occupancy for December. He noted that there were 35 new home
permits, 118 miscellaneous and 29 certificates of occupancy for 1991. Mr. Schultz
announced a Land Use Committee meeting on January 28, 1992, at 2 p.m. He also thanked
everyone for their responses to the survey sent out last fall.
Mayor Kanyha announced a vacancy on the Community Appearance Commission. Commis
sioner Schultz nominated David Alexander to fill this opening, and Marvin Wiseman to
replace Mr. Alexander as Alternate on the Board of Adjustment. This was voted and
approved. Mayer Kanyha also announced a workshop was held on January 10, 1992 with
the Town Commissioners, Mr. Preston Howard from the N. C. Division of DEM, Wilmington
and interested persons. This meeting was on a study to be done by Duke University on
water quality in our canals, and will take a year so that seasonal changes can be
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