KURE BEACH TOWN NEWS – DECEMBER 22, 2011
- · Go to the Town’s website www.townofkurebeach.org for meetings, info & news
- · Also, don’t forget to join us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kurebeachnc
- · Visit our Business Corner at the bottom of this email for great deals from KB businesses
- · For more events: Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce http://www.pleasureislandnc.org/calendar.asp
TOWN HALL CLOSED ON FRIDAY & MONDAY
Town Hall will be closed on December 23 & December 26 for the holiday. Recycle pickup will be on Monday, as usual. Regular garbage pickup will be delayed by one day, as the Public Works crew will be off on Monday. So, if your normal garbage pickup is on Monday, it will be on Tuesday; if it’s on Tuesday, it will be picked up on Wednesday.
COFFEE WITH THE MAYOR
Mayor Dean Lambeth wants to hear your thoughts and concerns regarding the Kure Beach community. Come and meet with him on Saturday mornings at Town Hall from 9:00 -11:00 am.CANCELED ON SATURDAY
TOWN COUNCIL RETREAT
Notice is hereby given that the Kure Beach Town Council, at their December 5, 2011 meeting, scheduled a meeting for the purpose of holding a retreat as follows:
EVENT: Town Council Retreat
DATE: Tuesday, January 24, 2012
TIME: 9:00 am or soon thereafter until approximately 4:30 pm
PLACE: Fort Fisher Air Force Base National Guard Training Facility, Room 115
PURPOSE: Discussion and consideration of the following items:
(9 am to 12:30 pm)
Note – all times except starting time are approximate.
The meeting is open to the public and all interested persons are encouraged to attend.
2012 VEHICLE DECALS COMING SOON!
This is a reminder that beginning Tuesday, January 3, the 2012 vehicle decals will go on sale at Town Hall. Decals are $5 per registered vehicle. Please don’t forget to bring your vehicle registration with you when you come to purchase your decal. It is a Town ordinance that all full-time residents (homeowners and renters) purchase a decal by March 31st of each year. If you wait until April 1st, you’ll have to pay an additional $10 penalty/late fee. See our website more additional information.
INFORMATION FROM THE KB STORMWATER & ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITTEE
Beginning today and continuing every week, the Town’s Stormwater and Environmental Committee will be sharing educational information and helpful tips in the weekly Town News email as part of their Mission Statement to educate the public. Here is this week’s installation:
Stormwater runoff is the rain that runs off streets, rooftops, parking lots, lawns and other land surfaces. As communities develop, more impervious surfaces are created and less rainfall can soak into the ground. This increases flooding and stream bank erosion.
KURE BEACH COMMITTEE VACANCIES
The Town of Kure Beach is always looking for residents who would like to serve on Town committees. For a list of committees and member vacancies, access the Town’s website and view the list at the bottom of the calendar list on the homepage.