Association Releases Spring 2018 Newsletter

The Ocean Pines Association (OPA) has released its quarterly newsletter, The Ocean Pines Report. It’s a commemorative issue that showcases the community’s 50 years of excellence in Worcester County. The Association has reported the approval of a management agreement between OPA and Matt Ort Companies, which was tapped to head up food & beverage operations at both the yacht and beach clubs. Also in this issue, the Association announces the hiring of a auditing service. Flip through the pages of the newsletter and take pride in the community you call ‘home.’

The newsletter can be found at the following link:

Ocean Pines Association
Quarterly Newsletter
Spring 2018

download winter newsletter (pdf)

  VOL. 50, No. 2

What’s Inside
Association, Matt Ortt Companies Work to Market Bridal Services in Ocean Pines, Pg. 14


President’s Report, Pg. 4


50th Anniversary
License Plate Update
Funds Raised, Lucky Winners,
pg. 3  

Three Board of Directors Seats to be Available During Election

The 2018 Search Committee’s function will be to seek at least 6 candidates to run for 3 open seats for 3-year terms in the next Ocean Pines Board election.

Learn more on page 10.

 Thank you to all of the contributors & advertisers who help to make this publication happen!  This newsletter is mailed quarterly to every homeowner and resident in Ocean Pines. It’s also distributed locally and downloadable at

2018 Board Meetings and Budget Sessions Announced

MAY 24: 7pm at Community Center
JUNE 23: 10am at Community Center
JULY 27: 10am at Community Center
Read more on page 14.

Ocean Pines Police Honored for
as “Officer of the Year”

Pfc David Richardson, of Ocean Pines Police Department,
has been presented a Special Recognition Award
by American Legion Synepuxent Post 166 for the year
of 2017. Read more on page 18.


Acting General Manager’s Report

Ready, Set, Play!
Are you ready? Ocean Pines has the “IT” factor when it comes to parks and recreation programming. In my past GM positions at large-scale homeowners associations, I have actually shared our activity guide with the respective committees and staff at those communities to say, “Here is the leader in HOA activity and programming; let’s see what ideas we can emulate in our community.” Please read on in this issue and go to the web site to see all of the amazing things you and your family can participate in; all right here at home!

Drainage.The Drainage Work Group has begun its journey. Our first meeting consisted of some strategic planning conversations with county officials and the second meeting centered on brainstorming with staff and residents the many elements about drainage that need to be addressed. During the brainstorming session, we came up with about 40 different areas that need to be researched and for which to develop answers.

For example: What do we do about problems at rental properties and for those lots that are owned by non-year-round residents?

Read more on page 5.


Join our E-Mailing list  Stay Connected on events, elerts, and updates from  your Association!

Comments are closed.