06/17/2021 | A week in business – June 18, 2021



Community center committee wants to guide the Berlin process

BERLIN – Elected officials agreed this week to create a committee to focus on planning a community center. Berlin’s city council voted 5-0 on Monday to create the Community Center Development Committee (CCDC) to focus on planning for a facility. The move comes after residents took to social media last week to respond to the need… Read More »

Ocean City in the early stages of the rebranding process; Collecting visitor data, a key step

Ocean City in the early stages of the rebranding process;  Collecting visitor data, a key step

OCEAN CITY – Ocean City’s new director of tourism and business development, Tom Perlozzo, has started working in his first weeks on the job, including a rebranding presentation to tourism officials this week. Perlozzo was appointed to the newly created post in April and began official duties on June 1. Tuesday, he updated the… Read more »

Ocean’s divided city council votes against three cell phone towers

Ocean's divided city council votes against three cell phone towers

OCEAN CITY – Continuing a recent trend, a divided mayor and council this week rejected a request by a private sector company to install three small cell towers in residential neighborhoods in the upper town. The mayor and council were seized on Tuesday with a request to install three new small cell towers in North Ocean City to improve wireless service… Read more »

Berlin Council overturns mayor’s budget veto; 5-0 vote ratifies spending plan including increases

Berlin Council overturns mayor's budget veto;  5-0 vote ratifies spending plan including increases

BERLIN – The Berlin City Council has voted unanimously to overturn Mayor Zack Tyndall’s veto on the budget. The board voted 5-0 on Monday to overturn Tyndall’s May 28 veto on the amended budget the board passed last month. The amended budget includes things Tyndall cut, such as an increase in the cost of living for employees by 1.5% and funding for… Read More »



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