KURE BEACH TOWN NEWS – JUNE 16, 2011
- · Go to the Town’s website www.townofkurebeach.org for meeting & event dates, 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
KURE BEACH PARKS & RECREATION “LEGENDS IN CONCERT” BUS TRIP: TAKING RESERVATIONS NOW!!!
Make your reservation at Kure Beach Town Hall for the upcoming bus trip to see “Legends in Concert” in Myrtle Beach, SC. This trip will take place on Tuesday, September 27 for the very low price of just $46 per person. The bus will leave from Town Hall at 9:00 am and will return at 6:00 pm. This show is internationally acclaimed and is known as the pioneer of live celebrity impersonator shows. You’ll find the greatest collection of celebrity impersonators ever assembled showcasing music legends such as Elvis Presley, The Blues Brothers, Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Cher, Madonna and many more. Space on the bus is limited, so reserve your spot today! For additional information, call Kure Beach Town Hall at 458-8216.
DUNE INFILTRATION SYSTEM WORKSHOP – JUNE 22 @ KB Community Center beginning @ 10AM
Since 2006 the Town of Kure Beach has been working with NC State University and the NC Department of Transportation in developing a low-cost, low-tech solution to storm water discharge to the recreational beach areas. The result of this endeavor has been the development of the Dune Infiltration System. Three of these systems have been installed in the dunes between K and M Avenues. The systems have significantly reduced the amount of both storm water and associated bacteria that discharges to the beaches. This workshop is designed to increase awareness of this new technology to coastal town officials, local cooperative extension agents, and other interested citizens. The workshop will include several presentations given by NCSU Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist Mike Burchell who has lead the design and research of this system. These presentations are designed to give an overview of design, installation, expected performance, and limitations of these systems in hopes that other coastal towns may be able to adopt this technology. These presentations will be followed with an afternoon field trip to the site, led by Dr. Burchell and Public Works Director Sonny Beeker.
If you would like to attend this workshop or have questions, please contact Robin Robertson at 910-458-5816 or email@example.com.
INTERMEDIATE WATERCOLOR CLASSES BEGIN JUNE 22
For more information about the classes, including a list of supplies you’ll need to bring with you, go to the Town’s website and click on the TOWN VENUES link. Choose Parks & Recreation. Please note that there will be no Beginner classes through the summer.
KB OCEAN RESCUE BBQ FUNDRAISER – JUNE 24
Come on out and support your local ocean rescue team at the Kure Beach Fire Department on Friday, June 24 at 6:30pm. Menu includes pulled pork and coleslaw with a dinner roll, corn on the cob, baked beans, potato salad, sweet tea/soft drinks, and banana pudding for dessert. There will be music and raffles, too. Cost is just $7 for adults and $5 for kids.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY & FILING - OFFICE OF MAYOR OR TOWN COUNCIL
The filing period for persons wishing to file Notice of Candidacy for the office of Mayor or Town Council member opens at noon on Friday, July 1 and closes at noon on Friday, July 15, 2011.
SEA TURTLE TALKS
The Pleasure Island Sea Turtle Project will hold talks regarding sea turtles every Wednesday at 7PM at the Carolina Beach State Park Visitors Center, until August 24. Talks will also be held at the Federal Point History Center at 7PM on Thursday July 7, 21 & 28. Learn about threatened and endangered sea turtles nesting and hatching on our beaches and how you can help protect these magnificent creatures. For more information, call 888-290-1065.
SUMMER GARBAGE PICKUP FOR RESIDENTS
The Town is offering its summer garbage pickup again this year to residents of Kure Beach. Besides having your regular garbage pickup during the week, you can also opt to have an extra pickup every Saturday or Sunday for just $50 per can, per month, for a minimum of 2 months. Contact Pat Fortier at Town Hall to sign up: 910-458-8216.
JOB OPENING FOR TOWN OF KURE BEACH
The Town of Kure Beach is accepting applications through June 17, 2011 at 5 pm for the full time position of an accounts receivable/utility billing/customer service representative. Duties include generation & collection of utility, recycling and garbage revenue; tracking & processing of franchise fee and tax revenue; preparation of bank deposits and customer service duties.
Candidates must have the ability to multi-task, work effectively with the public and peers, be accurate and detailed and be computer literate.
Experience in a collections or billing operation involving public contact is preferred. Familiarity with bookkeeping and or accounting practices is a plus.
Applications are available at Town Hall from 9am – 5pm, M–F or on the Town’s website under the EMPLOYMENT webpage. Submit applications to Kure Beach Town Hall, 117 Settlers Lane, Kure Beach, NC 28449 to the attention of the Town Clerk.
The Town of Kure Beach is an equal opportunity employer. Salary range is $24,714 - $38,339.
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. The Town is particularly looking for a volunteer to serve on the Planning and Zoning Commission.
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.