REPORT: OC COUNCILMAN WANTS LIVE SAVING STATION TO PAY UP

Pay the taxpayers back.  That’s the message being sent by Ocean City Councilman Scott Ping regarding some renovations that are coming to a historic lifesaving station.  The Press of Atlantic City reports that Ping wants a non profit group to sign a contract with the city detailing how it will repay some of the money taxpayers are laying out for renovations to the building.  The city will turn the historic lifesaving station into a museum.  The group says it will raise money through admission fees and special events.

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