The landmark Dumser’s Dairyland on the Ocean City boardwalk will be around a little bit longer
Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan says the town will not move against the establishment until there is a final decision by the Court of Special Appeals.
The Salisbury Daily Times reports that means the restaurant will not have to shut down at the end of this month.
The paper adds that Meehan’s statement indicated a decision would not be forthcoming until sometime next year.
The resort has been demanding that Nathans Associates move out earlier this year as their 25-year contract was coming to an end.
The group claims that the town had essentially abandoned the property that it was the legal owner by default.