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Defending Fry Editor, It is really unfortunate that Director Stevens felt the need to criticize a resident, Ms. Fry, who only wrote a letter stating her opinion on the board’s involvement in the Sandpiper Energy negotiations. I personally found Ms. Fry’s comments closer to the facts, however. The OP Board put together a committee to… Read more »

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Make the effort Editor, An excerpt from a letter that ran in the May 26 Gazette read: “They held the entire Ocean Pines community hostage for three or four years by insisting that Sandpiper Energy pay a franchise fee to the OPA in order to convert the community to natural gas. Ocean Pines has been… Read more »

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Pines GM pitches  in during collection Editor, Just a short letter about OPA GM Bob Thompson. Our members read and hear a lot of drivel about the abilities and leadership Bob displays, so I thought they should hear this:   Last Saturday was the day of OPA’s annual collection of furniture, bedding, etc. from lot… Read more »

Dir. Stevens sets record straight

Ocean Pines Association Director Dave Stevens sent the following statement to the Gazette, addressing an article and the editorial in the May 5 edition. Editor, The interviews that were the basis for the Bayside Gazette’s recent article on the OPA General Manager’s contract renewal in closed session were inappropriate, inaccurate and misleading. It was agreed,… Read more »

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Thanks go to awareness helpers Editor, I would like to send out a big “thank you” to all involved in our colon cancer awareness event: my customers, relatives, fellow business owners, the employees at the Sheraton Inner Harbor and the local newspapers who all helped to make it a successful event. Together, we raised over… Read more »

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(April 28, 2016) The Berlin mayor and Town Council discussed the following items during a public meeting at town hall on Monday: Cannery update Electric Utilities Director Tim Lawrence said all lots in Cannery Village, save four, now had electricity. Planning Director Dave Engelhart said certificates of occupancy had been issued for many of the… Read more »

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‘Parenthood’ protest planned Editor, Earlier this month Hillary Clinton stated in an interview, “the unborn person does not have Constitutional rights.” In February, White House Spokesman Josh Ernest stated, regarding funding to develop a vaccine for the Zika virus, “I think Democrats and Republicans in Congress are interested in making sure pregnant women and unborn… Read more »

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Pines planning lacking The following letter was read during an Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors special meeting, on Monday. Editor, OPA lacks a strategic planning component, and frankly multiple boards have focused too much on short-term political matters, and not on long-term policy guidance and direction, which is the job of the board. A… Read more »

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Healthcare Decisions Day Editor, What would happen if you were in a serious automobile accident or suffered a stroke or other sudden health emergency and could not speak for yourself? Would your family and doctors know what kind of medical treatment you’d want to receive? Would they be making the difficult decisions for you? If… Read more »

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Bravo to new Snow Hill theater Editor, Last Saturday, March 19, at Snow Hill High’s new theater, was one of the most exciting nights I have had in musical theater. The cast [of “Little Shop of Horrors”] was absolutely wonderful. Such talent, and their first in their new theater was outstanding. Looking forward to spending… Read more »