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By Staff Brunswick Beacon

Walker joins staff of Sunset Rentals

Betty Walker is the newest member of the staff at Sunset Beach Rentals and Sales.

Walker will specialize in beach sales and assisting with property management. She owned and operated firms in Eden and Greensboro before moving to Brunswick County in 1998.

Having several real estate professional designations, including GRI, CRS and ABR, she began her association with her former company, Century 21 Sunset Realty, in June 2006. In June 2008 she was awarded the company’s Excellence Award for meeting company sales goals in 2007.

Walker, who lives in Sunset Beach, also worked part-time as one of North Carolina Real Estate Commission’s pre-licensing and brokerage instructors from 1999-2003 at Brunswick Community College.

“I am very happy to be working for a well-known broker who has formed established relationships with beach owners,” she said.

Walker can be reached at 575-1006 or 228-1061.

ATMC Cable adds new networks

ATMC Cable has added more high definition (HD) networks to its growing lineup of channels. The addition brings ATMC’s total number of HD channels to 36.

The Weather Channel HD is a simulcast of the standard definition channel and is on channel 900. Local on the 8’s will not be available in HD until the fourth quarter of this year.

Sci-Fi HD is an HD mirror of the standard definition channel and is on channel 940. Both are available at no extra cost to customers with expanded basic servoce and an HD Box or DVR.

Customers with questions or who wish to make suggestions of channels they would like to see in high definition can e-mail ATMC Digital Cable at: hdtv@atmc.coop.

For more information on ATMC Cable, call 754-4311.

Warren earns

business certificate

Gregg Warren, manager of safety and assets at ATMC, recently received the Construction–Manager of Environmental, Safety and Health (MESH) certificate.

The certificate is sponsored by the Safety and Health Council of North Carolina, N.C. State University and the N.C. Department of Labor.

“We are tremendously happy to recognize Gregg as a recipient of the MESH certificate,” said Cherie Berry, North Carolina’s Commissioner of Labor. “This program prepares managers for keeping their worksites safe and healthy, and that preparation improves employee protection and company productivity.”

Allen Russ, ATMC CEO/general manager, added, “Gregg is dedicated to putting safety first and is committed to providing a safe working environment for our staff. We congratulate him on this achievement.”

Warren is one of only two people in North Carolina to have received this certificate.

The MESH program is designed to increase the professionalism of environmental, safety and health managers of commercial, residential or governmental construction sites in North Carolina through a rigorous series of continuing education programs.

The MESH program strives to recognize environmental managers and raise industry standards and increase the value of these practitioners to their employers and others to whom their services are provided.