A city code change that could help large downtown commercial developers more efficiently meet parking requirements is going back to staff members for more review.
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Plans to integrate downtown Ocean City with zippy electric vehicles hit snags this week when council members failed to approve requests for conditional use permits.
A working request for the allowance of stacked parking downtown that originated with a proposed Margaritaville project advanced to a second reading on Monday.
As efforts to support more employee housing in Ocean City advance, City Council members want to be sure any changes will not result in an influx of empty buildings.
A Margaritaville resort planned for a section of upper downtown Ocean City has inspired a working code change that introduces a new tool to meet parking needs.
A large chunk of more than $10 million in unassigned funds within the city's budget will be used to cushion reserves, and pay for salaries, pensions and projects.
Councilman Mark Paddack did not address his constituents in person as expected Monday in reference to a recent public incident, choosing instead to instead pen a letter.
Councilman Mark Paddack did not attend Monday's council meeting despite claims that he would address a recent public incident involving his son and a minor wreck.
A fender bender with a parked car and a domestic disturbance at a local restaurant has thrown a previously censured City Council member back into the spotlight.