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Vote Passed: Ground Set To Break For Heron Ponds Amphitheater

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DELMAR, Md. - A local developer is finally set to break ground on a major music venue.

Project coordinator  Doug Marshall tells WMDT that the Delmar town manager passed a special exception vote to allow for the Heron Ponds Amphitheater to be built at 56 feet. According to Marshall, no one opposed the final plans, which calls for a 15,000 square foot complex.

"Now, I don't have any excuse for the bulldozers not to be here," said Marshall. "We talked to our site contractor and we want to start moving dirt in late June. We have the festival June 29th, we'd like for the bulldozers to be here."

Marshall says the project will take up to three years. But the first phase, which consists the stage and the cover will be finished by next summer.

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