Ocean City plans to trap stray catsIn an effort to control...

O.C. NOTES

September 01, 1991|By Susan Canfora

Ocean City plans to trap stray cats

In an effort to control the stray cat population in Ocean City, the animals will be trapped, and officials from the town and the Humane Society will discuss what measures to take.

This week, Ocean City resident Irv Kurzbard told the Ocean City Council that many stray cats live around town and that they kill rodents, birds, rabbits and frogs. He said he's afraid they'll overhunt, causing an imbalance in nature, or that a rabid cat will bite an unsuspecting child. Mr. Kurzbard said he's an animal lover and doesn't want the cats put to sleep.

Sunfest planned for Sept. 19-22

It's September and time for Sunfest '91. The popular fall festival will be held from Sept. 19 to Sept. 22 at the inlet. There is no admission charge.

Performers include the polka band Brassworks, the Phillips Ragtime Band and the Hegeman String Band. There will also be traditional Indian dancing, crab-picking demonstrations and a softball tournament. Festival-goers will be able to enjoy arts and crafts tables and food booths offering dozens of items, including fried oysters, crab cakes and roast pork sandwiches.

Billiard championship slated for Sept. 14-15

The third annual state Nine-ball Open Championships will be Sept. 14-15 at Gentleman Jim's Billiards on the corner of Baltimore Avenue and Worcester Street in Ocean City. The championship begins at noon and is sanctioned by the Professional Billiard Tour Association. First prize is expected to be $1,000. A $50 entry fee is due by Sept. 9. Call 289-6738.

Summer bus schedule in effect till Sept. 22

Ocean City's summer bus schedule continues through Sept. 22. Buses travel from the inlet north to the Delaware border at 10-minute intervals from 7 a.m. to noon, at 5- to 7-minute intervals from noon to 3 a.m. and at 20-minute intervals from 3 a.m. to 7 a.m. Call 723-1606.

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