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Berlin Council Briefs 

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By Cindy Hoffman, Staff Writer (Nov. 30, 2023) The Berlin mayor and Town Council discussed events, police pension funding and roads during their Monday meeting. Events A motion was approved for two changes to the 2024 town event schedule. The Fall Cruisers event was moved to Saturday, Oct. 12 to coincide with the Ocean City Fall… Read more »

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Poll shows Berlin residents happy with town’s services

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By Cindy Hoffman, Staff Writer (Nov. 30, 2023) An overwhelming majority of residents are satisfied with the quality of life provided by the Town of Berlin, according to a survey of the public’s view of municipal services conducted by BEACON (The Business Economic And Community Outreach Network) at Salisbury University. The survey, which was mailed out… Read more »

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Berlin ready to bid Tyson demo project

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Engineers conclude grant will cover more work than what town had estimated By Cindy Hoffman Staff Writer (Nov. 16, 2023) The Berlin Town Council unanimously approved a request for proposals drawn up by its engineering consultants for the partial demolition of the Tyson’s processing plant at Heron Park on Old Ocean City Road. Andrew Welsch, the… Read more »

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Pay studies find what officials already knew

For many people, it often seems that no matter who conducts a government pay study, the findings will show that the pay scales aren’t what they should be. Almost as frequently, the researchers conclude that the pay plan should be restructured. Skeptics might opine that the first conclusion arises out of the research firm’s desire… Read more »

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Thankfully, area has been spared in 2023

As area residents count their blessings this week, they might overlook one of the most significant reasons to be thankful that they live where they do. And, no, it is not residing near the beach, and it isn’t the low crime rate, good schools, recreational opportunities, low tax rates, access to healthcare or the population’s… Read more »

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