A Week in Business

A Week in Business

Top Producers Listed

OCEAN CITY – ResortQuest Real Estate recently announced November’s top producers for its Delaware and Maryland locations.

Tammy Hadder and Anna Meiklejohn of the Marketplace at Sea Colony office received top honors for listing volume for the month of November.

Top listing volume awards for individual agents by office were Hadder and Meiklejohn for the Marketplace at Sea Colony office and Jane Baxter for the Bethany Beach office.

Team Winwaik (Colleen Windrow and Missy Nalewaik) of the Marketplace at Sea Colony office received top honors for listing volume for the month of November for a team.

Anne Powell and Jennifer Hughes received top honors for sales volume for the month of November.

Top sales volume awards for individual agents by office were Powell and Hughes for the Bayside office; Bill Hand for the Marketplace at Sea Colony office and Pam Pridgeon for the Bethany Beach office.

New Title For Advisor

OCEAN CITY – Ending the 2009 year, Christine Selzer of Merrill Lynch has accomplished a new title with the firm.

Selzer has moved from a Senior Financial Advisor to a Wealth Management Advisor. This designation has many qualifications and Selzer is honored to have received it.

Project Receives Pride Award

OCEAN CITY – On Dec. 2, the recently renovated Tarry-a-While Guest House on Dorchester Street in Ocean City,received a first place “Pride In Place” Award in the Bricks and Mortar category from the Maryland Downtown Development Association (MDDA).

This award is designed to showcase the best revitalization projects while giving recognition to economic development programs created and implemented to meet the challenges of downtowns throughout the state of Maryland. The award was presented to Mayor Rick Meehan and the Ocean City Development Corporation (OCDC) for their vision, dedication, and ingenuity in caring for their downtown during the MDDA annual meeting in Annapolis. The MDDA is a statewide organization advocating the health and vitality of Maryland’s Main Street, downtowns, and traditional business districts.

Becker Morgan Group of Salisbury provided Architectural services and ReStl of Gaithersburg provided Structural Engineering for this 3,524-square-foot renovation project. The building was moved one block from its original location at 8 Dorchester Street by Expert House Movers of Sharptown. The house was completely gutted and rebuilt on the interior, while preserving and renovating the existing historic façade.

Modified Visitor Policy Continues

SALISBURY – Peninsula Regional Medical Center reminds visitors, patients and patient family members that its modified visitor policy remains in effect as it takes the necessary precautions to protect them and its health care team this flu season.

“Although we’re in a current lull and not experiencing an overwhelming number of people arriving at our Emergency/Trauma Center with influenza like illnesses, this is not the time for the community or Peninsula Regional to drop our collective guard,” stated infection preventionist Karen Mihalik, RN.  “Flu seasons in general and pandemic flu outbreaks in specific-like H1N1-tend to be quite active for periods of time, then taper off, only to increase in strength again.  The traditional peak period for the seasonal flu hasn’t even arrived; it’s generally January through March.  It’s too early to think the worst could be behind us.”

The complete modified visitor plan is available on the homepage of Peninsula Regional’s website at www.peninsula.org.