Jeep Week, Bike Week Decisions Vary Greatly

Jeep Week, Bike Week Decisions Vary Greatly

Too many parallels are being drawn between this weekend’s Ocean City Jeep Week being held versus next month’s Ocean City BikeFest/Delmarva Bike Week being canceled.Though both special events are for-profit operations, there are few similarities between the two events.  The bike events are massive in crowds compared to the jeep weekend events. Though both are… Read more »

Consistency Remains A Struggle For Council

Consistency Remains A Struggle For Council

Once again, the Ocean City Mayor and Council has demonstrated an inability to be consistent with decisions.While taking a case-by-case approach to matters is a sound policy in this ever-changing culture, there must be a semblance of a policy guiding the decision making. The city’s strategic plan model is to be the guide in typical… Read more »

Consistency A Major Challenge With Decisions

Consistency A Major Challenge With Decisions

Ocean City decision-makers are clearly struggling with consistency when it comes to making calls on special events and pandemic safety reasoning. It’s understandable because there these are complicated decisions.A case-by-case approach is best to adopt when navigating this maze of uncertainty amid important decisions on whether to hold special events and offer services when safety… Read more »

Impound Changes Could Be Major Improvement

Everything sounds good from the motorized task force in Ocean City, but we have all learned time will tell. There is reason for optimism, however.All indications are the pop-up car rally (the new term because associating it with the former H2Oi event is irresponsible) will be a major problem again at the end of September.It’s… Read more »

County Approach A Must With School Reopening

County Approach A Must With School Reopening

It’s important for students of all ages and teachers to get back in school. We fully support reopening schools in a responsible fashion and through an individual jurisdiction decision-making process.However, we fear a state mandate on reopening public schools could be looming. According to Gov. Larry Hogan Wednesday, State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Karen Salmon… Read more »