Groups seeking funds must show budgetNon-profit...

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September 15, 1991|By Susan Canfora

Groups seeking funds must show budget

Non-profit organizations that request donations from the tow of Ocean City will be required to show Ocean City officials a copy of the organization's budget.

This week, the Ocean City Council agreed that city officials should be aware of where the donated money will be going. A professional audit won't have to be presented, just a simple financial disclosure, said Ocean City Mayor Roland "Fish" Powell.

Nominations sought for citizen of year

The Ocean Pines Citizen of the Year will be named at banquet at the Ocean Pines Yacht Club Oct. 26. Nominations are being accepted for candidates who have provided community service without pay or reward. To submit a name, write the Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 6090, Berlin, Md. 21811., before Oct. 1

50-cent bus ride for visiting seniors

Senior citizens 60 years and older who are visiting Ocean Cit but do not own property here may ride the city bus for half price, or 50 cents, if they get an identification card.

The card will be issued free of charge if the applicant shows proof of age. Cards may be obtained Mondays through Fridays at City Hall on Third Street and Baltimore Avenue, the Convention Center box office on 40th Street and Coastal Highway, the Department of Transportation office on 65th Street and the Recreation Complex on 125th Street. Call 723-1607.

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