12/16/2021 | Berlin Expects Brief-Time period Rental Rules In New 12 months

Berlin Expects Brief-Time period Rental Rules In New 12 months

BERLIN – City leaders continued their dialogue of short-term rental laws this week. On Monday, Mayor Zack Tyndall and the Berlin City Council reviewed draft short-term rental laws developed after prior discussions. Whereas opinions nonetheless fluctuate, significantly relating to proprietor occupancy, Mayor Zack Tyndall stated the ordinance was shifting forward. “There’s a time and a spot…

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Resort, County Companion On Effort To Gather On-line Rental Room Taxes

Resort, County Partner On Effort To Collect Online Rental Room Taxes

OCEAN CITY — Efforts to rein in scofflaw short-term trip leases that aren’t buying rental licenses and remitting the suitable room tax had been renewed this week with approval of a draft ordinance supposed to strengthen the principles. For years now, Ocean Metropolis officers have been monitoring the proliferation of short-term trip leases within the…

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Downtown Seasonal Housing Challenge Reviewed By Council; Mannequin Block Redevelopment Eyed

Downtown Seasonal Housing Project Reviewed By Council; Model Block Redevelopment Eyed

OCEAN CITY — After many years of buying piecemeal properties for the proposed mannequin block redevelopment, the Ocean Metropolis Improvement Company (OCDC) this week pitched a proposal for a mixed-use, multi-purpose seasonal workforce housing challenge. For about 20 years, the OCDC has been engaged on a redevelopment plan for the mannequin block. There have been a number of…

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Donation Will get Diakonia ‘One Step Nearer’ To Enlargement Challenge

Donation Gets Diakonia ‘One Step Closer’ To Expansion Project

WEST OCEAN CITY – An organization’s $150,000 donation will permit Diakonia to repay the mortgage on its latest property on Route 611. On Tuesday, Blue Water Improvement Company introduced its donation of $150,000 to Diakonia, a nonprofit group that gives housing and providers to homeless people, households and veterans on the Decrease Shore. Officers…

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