02/03/2022 | Short-term rental ordinance introduced in Berlin

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Short-term rental ordinance introduced in Berlin

BERLIN– Elected officials filed an ordinance this week regulating short-term rentals. On Monday, Berlin City Council held a first reading of an ordinance that sets out rules governing short-term rentals. The order, which will be the subject of a public hearing on March 28, is the result of several working sessions. “I think it’s a bit…

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Citizens speak out on Heron Park proposals

Citizens speak out on Heron Park proposals

BERLIN — Residents shared mixed opinions regarding the proposals submitted for Heron Park this week. Residents who are not ready to sell the park property, others who favored the submitted business proposal and even the two developers who provided bids spoke to Berlin City Council at a special meeting on Monday. Mayor Zack Tyndall said the problem would be…

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North Gate upgrades continue at Ocean Pines

North Gate upgrades continue at Ocean Pines

OCEAN PINES – A discussion of lighting, cost estimates and lane expansion highlighted an update on North Gate Bridge improvements. At a meeting of the Ocean Pines Association board of directors last week, general manager John Viola provided an update on ongoing improvements to the North Gate Bridge. In November, the board agreed to changes…

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Berlin Baker raises funds for doctors in Ukraine

Berlin Baker raises funds for doctors in Ukraine

BERLIN– A local business raised more than $1,400 for a medical battalion in Ukraine with a baking day. Sconer, the popular vendor at Berlin’s Farmer’s Market, will donate more than $1,400 to the Hospitallers, a frontline medical battalion in Ukraine, following a fundraiser on Monday. Ryan Nellans, the Berlin baker behind Sconer,…

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