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08/09/2022 | Renovations Still Underway At Main Street Storefronts

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Renovations Still Underway At Main Street Storefronts

Renovations Still Underway At Main Street Storefronts

BERLIN – While residents are eager to see renovations completed at the Main Street storefronts currently under construction, plans are still being finalized. Since the revitalization of the structures from 19 N. Main St. to 7 N. Main Street was approved by the Berlin Historic District (HDC) this spring, town staff have fielded countless inquiries…

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Cottage Court Site Plan Approved For Route 611

Cottage Court Site Plan Approved For Route 611

SNOW HILL– The Worcester County Planning Commission approved a site plan for a rental cottage development in West Ocean City. Last Thursday, the commission voted 5-0 to approve the site plan for a 52-unit rental cottage development. The project will be located on Route 611. “This is a cottage court,” Steve Engel of Vista Design…

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Two Incumbents, One Newcomer Elected To Fenwick Island Town Council

Two Incumbents, One Newcomer Elected To Fenwick Island Town Council

FENWICK ISLAND – Two incumbents and one newcomer were elected to the Fenwick Island Town Council in last week’s municipal election. On Monday, the Fenwick Island Board of Elections convened to certify the results of this year’s election, held at town hall on Aug. 6. Tabulations from Saturday’s election show Bill Rymer received 328 votes,…

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OC Mayor Vetoes Stacked Parking Change, Saying, “I Cannot, In Good Conscience, Support This Ordinance As Approved’; Meehan Continues To Maintain Margaritaville Property ‘Being Overdeveloped’

OC Mayor Vetoes Stacked Parking Change, Saying, “I Cannot, In Good Conscience, Support This Ordinance As Approved’; Meehan Continues To Maintain Margaritaville Property ‘Being Overdeveloped’

OCEAN CITY — Mayor Rick Meehan this week vetoed an ordinance passed by the majority of the council last month authorizing tandem, or stacked, parking with a valet system for major downtown redevelopment projects including the proposed Margaritaville project. The ordinance passed on a 5-1 vote, with Council President Matt James opposed and Councilman Frank…

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