City may see cut in state tourism, marketing funds
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City may see cut in state tourism, marketing funds

(Jan. 23, 2015) Maryland’s ongoing fiscal turmoil will likely have an effect on state tourism…

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Tourism Comm. reviews enterprise options
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Tourism Comm. reviews enterprise options

(Sept. 12, 2014) In yet another bid to make more city services self-sustaining, the city’s…

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City approves inflatable ‘Blinky’ for beach
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City approves inflatable ‘Blinky’ for beach

(Aug. 22, 2014) Despite some initial trepidation, City Council eased up this week to allow…

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Clothing changes out in restrooms
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Clothing changes out in restrooms

(July 25, 2014) If it seems like your wait for the Boardwalk bathrooms has been…

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City settles MGH deal; additional issues in limbo
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City settles MGH deal; additional issues in limbo

(July 18, 2014) Despite reaching the forgone conclusion this week of renewing its contract with…

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MGH deal must be done over
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MGH deal must be done over

(July 11, 2014) The Ocean City Council will revisit its closed-door decision of two weeks…

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Contract renewal given advertising firm without bids
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Contract renewal given advertising firm without bids

(June 27, 2014) A minor row erupted at City Hall this week over council’s apparent…

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City to offer enhancements to CVB webpage
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City to offer enhancements to CVB webpage

(May 16, 2014) After several false starts, the city’s Tourism Commission will again attempt to…

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New ad campaign idea focuses on lost vacation days
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New ad campaign idea focuses on lost vacation days

(March 28, 2014) Same great Ocean City taste, now less filling. In what is probably…

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TAB decides against funding change
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TAB decides against funding change

(Jan. 17, 2014) The city’s Tourism Advisory Board has apparently floated, but decided against, a…

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