A deal has been reached between Ocean City and its firefighters.
Holding up negotiations was a dispute over work schedules.
But the Salisbury Daily Times reports that the agreement does not mean that the firefighters are happy.
Ryan Whittington, president of the International Association of Firefighters Local 4269, told the paper that was not in the best interest of the firefighters or residents.
But he said the dispute needed to be resolved.
The deal requires two 10-hour day shifts and two 14 hour night shifts.