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Annapolis to Add Ward to Represent Developers

Annapolis to Add Ward to Represent Developers

In an report submitted to City Hall earlier this week, the Annapolis Ward Boundary and Redistricting Commission has recommended adding an additional ward to the existing eight that currently comprise the city. However, this new ward will have no physical boundaries and will quickly surpass Ward One in terms of influence and affluence. In response […]

November 16, 2015 | By | Reply More
Ego Alley to Be Filled In, Converted to Parking Lot

Ego Alley to Be Filled In, Converted to Parking Lot

Tourists and other onlookers gawked with amazement this past weekend as a barge carrying a 100 foot crane awkwardly maneuvered into place in Ego Alley in downtown Annapolis. The looming construction equipment dominated the small channel, usually filled with expensive yachts and sailboats, fueling speculation of what was to come. A call to the Annapolis Department of […]

Annapolis to Divest Itself of Nearly All Wards

Annapolis to Divest Itself of Nearly All Wards

In a move that he says “reflects the fiscal realities of 2015, Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides says he wants Annapolis to divest itself of nearly all wards. He announced his plan yesterday and is in the initial stages of forming an appointed task force to study the process of how to divest the city of most of […]

July 13, 2015 | By | Reply More
Annapolis Announces the Opening of Drying Center

Annapolis Announces the Opening of Drying Center

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides announced that the City of Annapolis will open the Pip Moyer Recreation Center the week of June 28 as a drying center from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.  The Center is located at 273 Hilltop Lane in Annapolis and residents utilizing the facility as a drying center will not have access […]

June 28, 2015 | By | Reply More
Annapolis Department of Transportation Approves Toll At Spa Creek Bridge

Annapolis Department of Transportation Approves Toll At Spa Creek Bridge

Do you live south of Spa Creek? If so, your visit to downtown Annapolis will cost you three dollars as of May 1. In a convoluted decision-making process, the Annapolis Department of Transportation was able to bypass city council and the Maryland Department of Public Works to institute the toll, which will go effect immediately […]

Mayor Frustrated with Budget Process

Mayor Frustrated with Budget Process

Mayor Michael Pantelides will present his proposed 2016 budget for the city of Annapolis during a council meeting tonight that will be closely watched by both city residents and employees. Early reports indicate that it will include a slight spending increase of 1.3% over last year’s $97.3 million. The mayor was visibly drained as he […]

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