Pursuant to the provisions of North Carolina General Statutes 15-12 through 15-16 this notice of unclaimed property and notice of sale is published to advise any person or persons who may have or claim to have any interest in the property listed below that they must report that claim to the Kill Devil Hills Police Department within thirty (30) days from Sunday, April 15, 2018 which is the date of first publication of this advertisement. The property may be viewed for thirty (30) days beginning Monday April 16, 2018 thru Friday, May 18, 2018 at the Kill Devil Hills Police Department Impound Building, located inside the Public Works Complex gates, on the Baum St. Clair Land Tract, off Colington Road, by contacting Captain Mark Evans, during regular business hours from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, 252-449-5337.
All bicycles which remain unclaimed at the close of business, 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 18, 2018 are intended to be donated to Corolla Chapel for its international student support program.
At the conclusion of the required advertising period all remaining unclaimed and found property, including those bicycles not donated to the Corolla Chapel for its international students program, will be sold on www.GovDeals.com.
The Public Services Department will begin collection of APPROVED bulk items from IMPROVED properties within the Town of KDH on Monday, April 16, 2018. APPROVED items for collection may be placed in the street right-of-way NOT SOONER THAN Sunday, April 1, 2018 and NOT LATER THAN Sunday, April 15, 2018.
For more information, please check Bulk Trash Collection Information
The Kill Devil Hills Public Services Department is here to help by offering free mulch at its Recycle Center. Located at 701 Bermuda Bay Blvd. (off Colington Road), the KDH Recycle Center is open from Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 pm., and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Stop by and pick up all the mulch you need.
The Town has developed an informative video that explains how yard debris is recycled into a useful product like mulch for our community: KDH Mulch Program For more information, please call the Public Services Department at 252-480-4080.
New to Dare County and want to register? Longtime resident and want to check your registration? Find answers to these questions and more with this informative segment from the Dare County Elections Office. Additional information can be found at www.darenc.com or by calling 252-475-5630.
In July 2017, the North Carolina General Assembly adopted legislation HB 436, which is now part of the 2017 Session Law, to implement system development fees for public water and sewer systems in the state. This bill requires local governments like Kill Devil Hills that provide water and sewer services to establish a cost-based justification for charging Water System Development Fees (SDF); this terminology will replace items known as “initial hook-up fees” or “impact fees.” Compliance with HB 436 must be in place by July 1, 2018. For more information, please visit:
(Above left: Mayor Sheila Davies joins Outer Banks representatives in Washington, DC to oppose offshore drilling)
At its recent meeting, the Kill Devil Hills Board of Commissioners reaffirmed its almost 30-year opposition to offshore oil drilling, and seismic testing. Noting the potential for devasting effects to the Outer Banks tourism industry and pristine shorelines, the resolution was passed unanimously. Other undertakings to oppose offshore drilling:
•Mayor Sheila Davies, along with representatives of the Outer Banks Tourism Board and Surfrider Foundation, traveled to Washington, D.C., on February 15 to meet with representatives of the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and Interior Department.
•Mayor Davies, along with other local leaders, met with N.C. Department of Environmental Quality Secretary Michael Regan in Kill Devil Hills to share their concerns about and opposition to offshore drilling.
•Members of the Board of Commissioners have joined other government officials and drilling opponents from the Outer Banks and other coastal communities in today’s “Rally to Raleigh,” to oppose offshore oil drilling.
Here’s how to get involved and share your thoughts on how offshore oil drilling could negatively affect the community:
•Tips for making Public Comments and to Submit Your Comment: Use the BOEM site for tips in making and submitting comments: https://www.boem.gov/National-Program-Comment/
The deadline for making public comments on the proposed federal changes that would permit offshore oil drilling is March 9, 2018. For more information or for updates, visit the Kill Devil Hills website at: http://www.kdhnc.com/786/Offshore-Oil-Drilling
Resolution Expressing Disappointment at the Repeal of the Plastic Bag Ban and Imploring Residents, Visitors, Businesses and Local Governments to Abide by the Spirit of the Ban and Voluntarily Refuse to Utilize Plastic Bags
Resolution Supporting HB 551/SB 595 Marsy's Law - In support of victim's rights
The KDH Board of Commissioners is seeking interested persons to serve on various Town boards and committees, including the following:
• Historic Landmarks Commission
• Planning Board
• Community Appearance Commission
To be considered for a Town board of committee, you must complete an application. You can get the application from the Administration Department, 102 Town Hall Drive, off Colington Road, by calling 449-5300, by mail/email.
To learn more about the various Town boards and committees, view the summary:
Board & Committee Descriptions
Submit an signed, completed application to the Town Clerk, which can be emailed to email@example.com OR mailed to Town Clerk, 102 Town Hall Drive, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948.