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Hogan's Budget

Hogan’s budget is good news for local projects Salisbury Independent  Jan 24th, 2018 · by Susan Canfora ·   Gov. Larry Hogan’s proposed $17.7 billion, FY19 budget is being praised by local officials and state lawmakers as being written with the Lower Shore in mind, a testament to the strong relationship among Salisbury, Wicomico County and state... Hogan’s budget pays for design work and construction on the water line extension to the airport at a cost of $1.9 million.

More on H2O

H2Oi, Cruisin’: Officials weigh fines, other venues amid 'mayhem' Susan Parker, [email protected] Published 6:00 a.m. ET Jan. 18, 2018 | Updated 8:32 p.m. ET Jan. 18, 2018 In the wake of problems that occurred during the 2017 H2O International and Endless Summer Cruisin' events in Ocean City, the Motor Event Task Force was created to address some of the issues that increasingly come with the resort's car-themed events. The first meeting in December established specific areas for members to investigate, primarily ways for the town to lessen some of the immediate impact of these events. And by impact, officials mean disrespect for both the community and law enforcement, loud noises into the wee hours of the morning, law-breaking and general mayhem and disregard for everyone in the resort. The task force met for the second time Wednesday, Jan. 17, at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center, to solidify a strategy.

Special Events

Special Event Zone Idea Advances With Legislation Planned In Annapolis  The Dispatch   Jan 11,2018 by Shawn Soper   A vehicle is pictured spinning out on Baltimore Avenue in Ocean City during the H2Oi weekend. File Photo OCEAN CITY — Legislation creating special enforcement zones to help stem some of the issues associated with the mobilized special events in Ocean City will be introduced in this General Assembly session. After several troubling motorized special events in Ocean City, resort officials began exploring ways to curb some of the illicit activity associated with the events. Last November, it was standing room only in the Mayor and Council chamber as the elected officials got their first look at a list of recommendations from the police commission that included eliminating or at least curtailing some of the motorized special events.

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Hogan's Budget

Hogan’s budget is good news for local projects

 

Gov. Larry Hogan’s proposed $17.7 billion, FY19 budget is being praised by local officials and state lawmakers as being written with the Lower Shore in mind, a testament to the strong relationship among Salisbury, Wicomico County and state...

Hogan’s budget pays for design work and construction on the water line extension to the airport at a cost of $1.9 million.


More on H2O

H2Oi, Cruisin’: Officials weigh fines, other venues amid 'mayhem'

Susan Parker, [email protected] Published 6:00 a.m. ET Jan. 18, 2018 | Updated 8:32 p.m. ET Jan. 18, 2018

In the wake of problems that occurred during the 2017 H2O International and Endless Summer Cruisin' events in Ocean City, the Motor Event Task Force was created to address some of the issues that increasingly come with the resort's car-themed events.

The first meeting in December established specific areas for members to investigate, primarily ways for the town to lessen some of the immediate impact of these events.

And by impact, officials mean disrespect for both the community and law enforcement, loud noises into the wee hours of the morning, law-breaking and general mayhem and disregard for everyone in the resort.

The task force met for the second time Wednesday, Jan. 17, at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center, to solidify a strategy.


Special Events

Special Event Zone Idea Advances With Legislation Planned In Annapolis

 

Special Event Zone Idea Advances With Legislation Planned In Annapolis
A vehicle is pictured spinning out on Baltimore Avenue in Ocean City during the H2Oi weekend. File Photo

OCEAN CITY — Legislation creating special enforcement zones to help stem some of the issues associated with the mobilized special events in Ocean City will be introduced in this General Assembly session.

After several troubling motorized special events in Ocean City, resort officials began exploring ways to curb some of the illicit activity associated with the events. Last November, it was standing room only in the Mayor and Council chamber as the elected officials got their first look at a list of recommendations from the police commission that included eliminating or at least curtailing some of the motorized special events.


Mary Beth Carozza for State Senate