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Pi Day: 314 Runners for 3.14-Mile Race on 3/14?

Pi Day: 314 Runners for 3.14-Mile Race on 3/14?

In a wonkish tribute to the mathematical constant and an effort to integrate Ocean City schools and the community, the local school district will sponsor a 3.14-mile run to celebrate world Pi Day. Race organizers are hoping to attract 314 runners for the 3.14-mile race Saturday, March 14, on the Ocean City Boardwalk. Pi represents the […]

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Mayor Jay Gillian: Several Paths to Dredge Bay and Lagoons

Mayor Jay Gillian: Several Paths to Dredge Bay and Lagoons

The following is Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian’s weekly update to citizens posted on Friday, Feb. 27.   Dear Friends: Last evening, City Council awarded a contract to begin removing dredged materials from the site near Roosevelt Boulevard. The contractor will remove up to 50,000 cubic yards of material. This will allow us at a minimum to […]

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Ocean City to Spend $2.7 Million to Haul Away Dredge Spoils

Ocean City to Spend $2.7 Million to Haul Away Dredge Spoils

Ocean City will spend about $2.7 million to start bringing boating and swimming at low tide back to the bay. In a unanimous vote Thursday with no discussion, City Council awarded a $2,689,000 contract to Wickberg Marine Contracting Inc. of Belford, N.J., to remove material from an approved dredging disposal site in the marshes near the 34th […]

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Council to Vote on Costly Approach to Bayside Dredging

Council to Vote on Costly Approach to Bayside Dredging

City Council will vote Thursday on paying a company $2.7 million to haul mud to Wildwood. Council will consider awarding a $2,689,000 contract to Wickberg Marine Contracting Inc. of Belford, N.J., to remove material from an approved disposal site in the marshes near the 34th Street causeway. The vote is the centerpiece of an effort to dredge lagoons […]

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