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Pennant-Winning 1915 Phillies Visit Ocean City on Saturday

Pennant-Winning 1915 Phillies Visit Ocean City on Saturday

  The Philadelphia Phillies won their first National League pennant in 1915, and a special presentation at 1 p.m. Saturday (Feb. 21) at the Ocean City Free Public Library will provide a look at how spring training was different 100 years ago. WHO: Baseball author and Phillies authority Bob Warrington WHERE: The Ocean City Community Center, […]

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Mayor and Administrators to Discuss Capital Plan at Feb. 21 OCCA Meeting

Mayor and Administrators to Discuss Capital Plan at Feb. 21 OCCA Meeting

Mayor Jay Gillian, new Business Administrator Jim Mallon and Chief Financial Officer Frank Donato III, will discuss the $79.4 million capital plan for 2015 through 2019 at the next meeting of the Ocean City Community Association 9:30 a.m Saturday, Feb. 21 in the Ocean City Free Public Library. The plan includes increasing spending on bayside dredging from $2 […]

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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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