The Lagoon Bar and Grill is located in the Fountains Wedding Conference Center in Salisbury MD.
They have a great outside Deck Bar plenty of room, and even an area for smokers. Happy Hour on Friday had a really good crowd. The drink prices for Happy Hour are reasonable $2.50 for Beers and $3 for Rails. The Potato skins were really good, the Rustic Roast Beef was a little skimpy for my liking. My friend got a burger and they were your normal typical size burger, so no complaints their. Current Bartenders are not very personable but i'm sure time will fix that.
The inside seems pretty formal, which is great if you want a quiet dinner, but the crowd from the deck will be coming inside to use the restrooms so that could be a downfall for them on the inside.
Overall I think this place has lots of potential maybe need to advertise a little bit more instead of just using facebook. Looking forward to trying their Fishbowl Drink, if any of you have tried it, please leave us some comments.
Office of the State’s Attorney for Worcester County The William G. Kerbin, Jr. Building 106 Franklin Street Snow Hill, Maryland 21863 Michael W. Farlow Paul Haskell Deputy State’s Attorney Deputy State’s Attorney Circuit Court Division District Court Division
July 9, 2010
On July 8, 2010 a Worcester County Jury found Rentay Purnell, age 28 of Berlin, Maryland guilty of 2 drug distributions. On March 18 2009 and April 9, 2009 members of the Worcester County Narcotics Task Force purchased cocaine from Purnell in Berlin. This investigation was part of the State’s Attorney’s “Take Pride in Berlin” drug market initiative. The case was prosecuted by Assistant State’s Attorney Julie Guyer. Following the jury verdict, Purnell was sentenced by the Honorable Daniel Long to 25 years for each distribution with all but 15 years suspended. Following his release from incarceration, Purnell will be on probation for 18 months.
The Office of the State’s Attorney wishes to congratulate the Worcester County Narcotics Task Force a job well done.
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Visited this establishment last Thursday night, their were 4 of us in our group. This place is located in a Plaza, it used to be called the Island Cafe. We ordered Crab Dip, Hot Wings, Red Onion Wings, Chicken Nacho's, and some Ribs. Beers and Mixed Drinks.
The Nachos were fresh fried Potato Chips not Tortilla's, we did not mind it, just thought it should have been called something else, (Like maybe Irish Nachos), Red Onion Wings were really good, Crab Dip was okay but with the price of crab meat now it is tough to make really good crab dip like we used to have years ago. The Hot Wings were ok, as was the petite ribs.
Our mixed drinks were served in plastic cups, but then there were locals sitting close to us that were served in glass. So I guess if you are a local you can get glass.
It was really tight inside they really have not done anything to change it from the Island Way. Overall an average place to go. I guess it would be good if you are staying or living close to that area, but I would not go out of my way again!!
In 2008, two Salisbury City Council members were concerned about vacating the old Station 16 fire station on South Division Street. Fire Chief David See reported on the building's deficiencies, saying the facility didn't comply with today's safety or fire codes. The heating system is 20 years old with no central air conditioning; electrical and plumbing systems would require total replacement. Only one means of egress exists from the second floor.
On May 26, one council member said she heard about a fire sedan that was delayed because of the bridge. I requested a report on the number of emergency calls with delayed response times between May 1-31. No such incidents were reported to the assistant fire chiefs. All responses met the department's goal of four minutes -- which is more stringent than the national standard. The record clearly indicates this facility is not needed to maintain a fire service. The building still sits empty.
A lease purchase error occurred over replacement of a dump truck; this was addressed to council on Feb. 18. This truck was to replace one destroyed in a fire. Council support could not be secured for the budget amendment. Meanwhile, this truck cannot be returned; thousands of dollars in legal fees have accumulated. We now await the attorney general's opinion.
Planning and Zoning staff has held 33 meetings with individuals, eight council work sessions and one public hearing on the Comprehensive Plan during 22 months of preparation; it was pulled from the council's May 10 scheduled adoption to answer additional questions -- with a request for another stand-alone public meeting. Acting Fire Chief Richard Hoppes was appointed May 1, 2009. Three names were supplied to the council on June 3 by the mayor. There was no majority for any candidate. It's been more than a year and still a new chief has not been selected. On Aug. 26, 2009, I requested information on prelegislative meetings between the mayor, two council members and attorneys. A second request was made May 21. Not receiving any responses, on June 3 I repeated my request. On June 4 a reply came saying the mayor had not authorized release of this information and is considering executive privilege.
On June 24, I made a fourth request. Administration is waiting on the mayor for directions. More than a year and nothing has moved forward. The list goes on.
Has cooperation yielded to inflexibility? Has legislation yielded to micromanagement? Has progress yielded to gridlock? Is the business of the city moving forward?
•Louise Smith is president of the Salisbury City Council
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Everywhere in the building, items are stacked waiting to be sold. Desks and chairs line the hallways and heavy kitchen equipment leans against the walls of James M. Bennett High School's cafeteria. The Wicomico school system's annual auction is special this year as nearly everything left in the old JMB building needs to be sold before demolition.
WHAT. Wicomico Board of Education surplus sale
WHEN. 9 a.m. Saturday; doors open at 7:30 a.m.
WHERE. The old James M. Bennett High School building