The Pines Newsletter - June 2017

POST YOUR E-911 ADDRESS 
There is a difference between your mailing address and your E-911 physical address. In Pinetops your mailing address is most likely a post office box where you receive mail. Your E-911 address is the exact physical address where your property is located. It is used to assist emergency services such as police, fire, and rescue services in finding you and providing assistance to you in a timely manner. In addition GPS applications like Mapquest, Google Maps, and others, use these E-911 addresses to assist carriers like Fed-ex, UPS, and the general public to find your house. 

The Town Ordinance requires you to post your E-911 address so that it is visible from the street. The house numbers are to be no less than 4 inches high. Your E-911 address was assigned to your property by the Town of Pinetops and should match your utility bill, tax bill, and driver’s license address. 

SEWER NEWS 
Please! Do not pour grease or cooking oil in your drain lines. Once the grease cools in the drain line of your kitchen or bathroom, it hardens and prevents the flow of water. Repairs can be costly to you and the Town. Let it cool and place it in the trash can. PLEASE! Help save our environment. 

Did You Know 
Repairing water leaks, no matter how small, will save you money on your water and sewer bills?   You will not be paying for water and sewer that you do not use. Town policy allows for one (1) adjustment per year for leaks once they are repaired. All water usage on the customer side of the meter is your responsibility. A leaking toilet can cost you $50 to $100 a year. 

Did You Know 
That clogged and stopped up drainage tile can cause you and your neighbor’s property to flood during time of high rain fall. You can help by keeping the ditches and driveway tiles clean and free from debris. 

Did You Know 
You can help control mosquitos in your neighborhood by eliminating their breeding places like standing water. Make sure all outside containers are emptied.



Edgecombe County Memorial Library 2017 SUMMER READING PROGRAM

July 3rd Blount-Bridgers House Tour 2pm

July 6th AURORA FOSSIL MUSEUM 8am - Dig The Past! Come explore, learn, and discover the museum's collections of fossils, rocks & minerals.

July 6th Cooking Class 11am

July 10th Walk & Talk (Quigless Building/Tar River Bridge Tour) 2pm

July 11th Sprout Scout 2pm

July 11th Cooking Class 9am

July 11th Building with LOWES of Tarboro Crew (Build your own birdhouse) loam

July 13th SYLVAN BIRD PARK 10am - Come out and enjoy an unforgettable, up-close experience with Sylvan Bird Park of Scotland Neck 's birds from around the world.

July 17th Cooking Class 10am

July 17th Honoring our VETERANS (VA Museum Tour) 2pm

July 18th Movie & Lunch: 10am - This includes: Movie, Pizza, Popcorn, candy & Drink. SPACE IS LIMITED. SIGN UP & GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY!

July 21st Scienceteller—Building: Tall Ships & Pirate Tales 10:30am - Ahoy! Set sail on a thrilling action-packed adventure about a crew of quirky pirates marooned on a desert island. Audience will help explore the incredible science behind clouds, fiash paper, air pressure, explosions and more.

July 24th ZOO TO YOU with NC ZOO 2pm - This educational program is designed to stimulate curiosity about animals and their habitats, and to encourage respect for the natural world.

July 25th Cooking Class 10am

July 25th What's inside? with Peter 11am - Children will enjoy the hands-on experience of taking apart a computer or VCR to see how each part moves.

READING LOGS are due by July 26th

July 28th - 2017 Summer Reading Program Wrap-Up Party 9am - " Building a positive attitude about READING" - Join us @Edgecombe County Memorial Library for a special magical performance by "PROFESSOR OBEDIAH'S MAGICAL EMPORIUM".  A professional magic show filled with laughs, audience participation, a powerful message and more.

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