04/05/2022 | Three candidates apply for the Berlin Council

Amid shortage, Berlin police chief says ‘Rest assured that our community is safe’

BERLIN — Efforts to hire additional police officers continue in Berlin. As residents worry about the city’s lack of police personnel, Chief Arnold Downing stressed that while the size of the service was not optimal, it was capable of keeping the city safe. “Rest assured that our community is safe,” he said. “We have a veteran…

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Three candidates apply for the Berlin Council

BERLIN– Five months before the elections, three candidates have already presented themselves to run for the seats of the city council of Berlin. City staff confirmed this week that Councilman Jay Knerr had filed for the universal seat, while Resident Steve Green had filed for the District 1 seat and Resident Tony Weeg had filed for the seat. the headquarters of District 4.…

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Ocean City Council Approves First Reading of FY23 Budget

Ocean City Council Approves First Reading of FY23 Budget

OCEAN CITY — After a brief public hearing on the proposed constant-yield property tax rate, station officials approved the first reading of the fiscal year 2023 operating budget on Monday. At the start of Monday’s regular meeting, the mayor and council held a public hearing on the proposed constant yield tax rate. Later in the session, the…

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Approval of the next stage of the Margaritaville project

Approval of the next stage of the Margaritaville project

OCEAN CITY — The proposed Margaritaville project moved closer to becoming a reality this week, with resort officials accepting the Planning Commission’s findings of fact despite some concerns about the square footage required for an overlay neighborhood foreseen. The mayor and council had before them on Monday the revised and updated findings of…

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