06/15/2021 | Ocean Pines Continues Short-Term Leasing Discussions

Gilmore honored with annual volunteer award; Takeover bid unable to hold an annual meeting without a quorum

OCEAN PINES – An annual meeting of the members of the association did not take place last week due to lack of quorum. Last Saturday, the annual meeting of Ocean Pines was adjourned shortly after opening remarks due to lack of quorum. According to the constituting documents of the Ocean Pines Association (OPA), a quorum constitutes the presence of at least …

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Berlin Park will get new sets of hoops after donations

Berlin Park will get new sets of hoops after donations

BERLIN – The renaissance of Henry Park is expected to continue with the installation of new basketball backboards. We Heart Berlin Inc., the nonprofit created earlier this year to promote sustainable activities and recreational opportunities in the community, raised the $ 17,000 needed to replace the basketball backboards last week. at Henry Park. The project has …

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Young seal released after rehabilitation

Young seal released after rehabilitation

ASSATEAGUE – A young gray seal rescued from Delaware beach in April was released from Assateague State Park on Wednesday after completing a lengthy rehabilitation at the National Aquarium. Returning on April 19, a young gray seal, now known as the affectionate Tom Sawyer, in agreement with the National Aquarium Animal Care and Rescue…

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High Court dismisses Ocean City’s tax differential appeal

High Court dismisses Ocean City's tax differential appeal

OCEAN CITY – Maryland’s highest court has dismissed Ocean City’s appeal in its long-standing dispute with Worcester County over the tax differential issue. In January 2019, after years of veiled threats over the tax differential or tax compensation, Ocean City filed a motion for declaratory judgment against Worcester County over the long-running case. In its simplest …

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