Millison’s latest utility box painting has dolphin theme
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Millison’s latest utility box painting has dolphin theme

(May 22, 2015) Katelyn Millison was back in Ocean City last weekend to paint a…

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Hall buildings to be razed soon
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Hall buildings to be razed soon

(Feb. 6, 2015) Downtown Ocean City’s landscape will continue in a state of flux this…

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Code proposal would revamp display rules on Boardwalk
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Code proposal would revamp display rules on Boardwalk

(Jan. 30, 2015) Boardwalk merchants could need to be a little more judicious with their…

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OCDC gets its Christmas present
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OCDC gets its Christmas present

(Dec.26, 2014) The Ocean City Development Corporation announced last week it will be receiving $50,000…

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History lesson during walking tour
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History lesson during walking tour

  (Nov. 7, 2014) A walking tour of Ocean City, combined with the fifth-day celebration…

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Millison spruces up Ocean City utility box with painting
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Millison spruces up Ocean City utility box with painting

(Oct. 24, 2014) Marine life and their seascapes is her expertise. From turtles to whales,…

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Employees thanked by biz owners for work this summer
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Employees thanked by biz owners for work this summer

(Sept. 5, 2014) For the 10th year, employees of the Maintenance Division of the Ocean…

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OCDC honors group’s membership
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OCDC honors group’s membership

(May 9, 2014) The Ocean City Development Corporation held its annual meeting last week, honoring…

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City approves land swap, property purchase
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City approves land swap, property purchase

(April 25, 2014) Despite public skepticism over whether or not the city was getting a…

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OCDC code revision calls for trash, stormwater planning
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OCDC code revision calls for trash, stormwater planning

(April 18, 2014) The Ocean City Development Corporation’s latest proposed revision of the city’s downtown…

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