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Saturday, December 26, 2015

City, Seacrets partner on road reconstruction

A joint plan that could finally fix flooding that Seacrets owner Leighton Moore and Public Works Director Hal Adkins agree is “worse than downtown St. Louis Avenue” will result in the longest closure for the nightclub since it opened in 1988.

During this time of the year, Ocean City’s most famous nightclub is closed a few days out of every week until business picks back up closer to summer.

However, on Jan. 3, when nearly everyone will be gearing up for a return to work after a long new year’s weekend, Seacrets will be doing something it hasn’t ever done before: throwing a closing party.

“We’re going to have a big closing party and a bigger reopening,” Moore said.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is what happens when you build at or below sea level. Just ask New Orleans. Taxpayers in OC getting to support a wealthy businessman.