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Demolition plans go ahead at Heron Park

BERLIN — City authorities have agreed to hire a local company to prepare the tender documents for the demolition of the old Tyson building in Heron Park. The Berlin City Council voted unanimously this week to approve a proposal from Davis, Bowen & Friedel for engineering administration services associated with the demolition of the former Tyson factory. The…

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Fall Cruisin brings mobs, arrests, but generally tame

Fall Cruisin brings mobs, arrests, but generally tame

OCEAN CITY — While there was no shortage of arrests made or citations issued at last week’s Endless Summer Cruisin event, it remained much tamer than the annual pop-up rally that usually arrives two weeks earlier but has not materialized this year. Last Tuesday, resort and state officials began setting up the special events area at Ocean…

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Resort council approves Class 1 e-bikes on the boardwalk

Resort council approves Class 1 e-bikes on the boardwalk

OCEAN CITY — The discussion about allowing certain e-bikes, or e-bikes, on the boardwalk under certain conditions came full circle this week, with resort officials agreeing on a set of recommendations that would allow the class of bikes lowest rated electrics along with other provisions. In 2020, the mayor and council narrowly passed an ordinance banning…

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Berlin Council members take oath

Berlin Council members take oath

BERLIN– Candidates elected to the Berlin municipal elections began their terms this week after being sworn in by Mayor Zack Tyndall. On Tuesday, new councilor Steve Green and returning councilors Dean Burrell and Jay Knerr were sworn in. Burrell was quickly re-elected vice-chairman of the board following Tyndall’s endorsement. “I do not have…

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