A Week In Business

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Headlines Holding Open House 

BERLIN – TIGI’s Cosmetic Art Team members Julia Glekas and Kiima Morrison will be visiting Headlines Salon of South Ocean Pines on Dec. 2-3 from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. 

They will be giving complimentary make-up lessons and applications, Santa will be handing out give-a-ways and holiday wishes. Refreshments and treats all day compliments of The Village Inn. Appointments are now being accepted at 410-208-0300.

Top Company Producers

BERLIN – ResortQuest Real Estate/Seacoast Realty announced October’s top producers for all eight locations at a recent sales meeting.

Marc Grimes of the Bear Trap Dunes office received top honors for listing volume for the month of October. Top listing volume awards for individual agents by office are Grimes of the Bear Trap Dunes office, Wayne Phillips of the Ocean City office, Linda Quasney of the Bayside office, Keith Hartung of the Bethany Beach office and EF Quillen of the Clarksville office.

Quasney received top honors for sales volume for the month of October. Top sales volume awards for individual agents by office are Quasney of the Bayside office; Bill Hand of the Marketplace office; Judy Phillips of the Chapel Crossing office; and Robert Kauffman of the Clarksville office.

Team Rob Arlett, consisting of Arlett and Charlie Gilroy, of the Bethany Beach office, received top honors for listing volume a team for the month of October. Top listing volume team awards by office are Team Rob Arlett; Team Colleen/Missy for the Marketplace at Sea Colony office; and Team Jen/Anne for the Bayside office.

Team Dayna Feher, consisting of Feher, Kae Quillen, Jeff Wolfenbarger, Betsy Hoyle and Tammy Hitchens, received top honors for team sales volume for the month of October. Top sales volume team award by office are Team Dayna for the Bethany Beach office; Team Anne/Jen for the Bayside office; and Team Colleen/Missy for the Marketplace office.

Town Ups Service Fee

OCEAN CITY – The Town of Ocean City Solid Waste Division’s bulk pick-up service has been increased from $10 to $15 for one to three items. Each item thereafter will cost an additional $5.

Ocean City’s bulk pick-up service collects large household items such as furniture, appliances, bicycles, grills, large umbrellas, clotheslines, carpet, etc., which cannot normally be loaded into a standard refuse truck. These items must be picked up with equipment designed to handle them. This service does not include building materials, roofing, siding, soil, concrete, yard debris, tree stumps, etc. Bulk pick-up service is available to residential and commercials locations within the corporate limits of the town.

To receive pick-up of large bulk items, call the Solid Waste Division of Public Works at 410-524-0318. City workers are not allowed to go on private property, so items should be placed next to your dumpster, or as close to the sidewalk as possible. Bulk pick-up service operates Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays October through April. (Service is offered Mondays through Fridays from May through September.)

Monies will not be collected at the time of pick-up, but billed to the address you prefer.

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