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New exhibit opens at West Annapolis Artworks

New exhibit opens at West Annapolis Artworks

| December 10, 2014 | 1 Comment

West Annapolis Artworks is pleased to announce their Holiday Shoppe is open for serious shopping business!  This all-media exhibit by Maryland, DC and Virginia artists includes over 90 oil, acrylic, pastel and water-media paintings, hundreds of exquisite fine art jewelry pieces, 40 pieces of hand-built ceramic and stoneware, wood-turnings, 3D crystal hanging art and so […]

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New office sharing business opens in Annapolis

New office sharing business opens in Annapolis

| November 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

My Annapolis Office, a new state-of-the-art office space and business center, has opened in downtown Annapolis, only one mile from the State House. With 50 individual fully furnished office spaces with independent temperature control and WiFi, My Annapolis Office offers top-notch amenities to accommodate any array of clients and budgets. Located at the corner of […]

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Neuman to hold second tele-town hall meeting Wednesday

Neuman to hold second tele-town hall meeting Wednesday

| May 25, 2014 | 1 Comment

Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman today announced she will host the county’s second Tele-Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, May 28 from 6-7 p.m. “As the Fiscal Year 2015 budget is finalized, I want to remain transparent about how taxpayer dollars will be spent in Anne Arundel County in the coming year,” said County Executive […]

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Annapolis 2015 Budget (PDF)

Annapolis 2015 Budget (PDF)

| March 10, 2014 | 2 Comments

Below is the 2015 Budget submitted to the Annapolis City Council by Mayor Mike Pantelides. This budget calls for furloughs of unionized employees, terminations of 13 employees, and the elimination of 20 currently vacant positions. Other cursory highlights include an incredible increase in garage revenue, a decrease in tuning of the Annapolis Economic Development Corporation, […]

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Annapolis Asks For Money

Annapolis Asks For Money

| December 14, 2010 | 11 Comments

UPDATE 11:26pm, 12/14/2010: We just received an email from Alderman Paone (R- Ward 2) who advised that he had not seen the letter until it was sent to him by Eye On Annapolis. If you have a little change to spare this holiday season, the City of Annapolis is interested in it. We obtained a […]

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Annapolis Running Out Of Cash Fast

Annapolis Running Out Of Cash Fast

| September 13, 2010 | 2 Comments

If you are on Facebook and want to shar this with your friends, simply click the “recommend” link above. Disclaimer: We were unable to attend tonight’s City Council meeting. We were provided with the attached (PDF) cash projections prior to the meeting. Naturally, we had some questions and observations. We had a call with Phill […]

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Public Testimony On Additional Loan

Public Testimony On Additional Loan

| July 28, 2010 | 0 Comments

There will be an opportunity for the public to testify on the recent Charter Amendment introduced by the Mayor to increase the line of credit for the City to $20 million. The bad news is that they scheduled it for 4:30pm this Thursday. If you are unable to attend the meeting, comments and testimony can […]

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Annapolis Predicts $4M Deficit By End Of 1st Quarter

Annapolis Predicts $4M Deficit By End Of 1st Quarter

| July 16, 2010 | 3 Comments

Annapolis is already projecting a $4 million deficit by the end of the first quarter! What is wrong with City Hall? It only gets worse. Fifteen days into a new budget–one owned by Mayor Cohen, and the Finance Director (remember the one who was in charge when someone stole $150,000 from the City’s vault) says […]

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Annapolis Approves Budget

Annapolis Approves Budget

| June 7, 2010 | 2 Comments

Tonight, the Annapolis City Council passed the Mayor’s proposed budget of $75.1 million dollars. A press release from City Hall: The City Council voted last night to approve Mayor Joshua J. Cohen’s $75.1 million budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1. This spending plan is 13 percent smaller than the current-year $86.5 million […]

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Annapolis Budget Released

Annapolis Budget Released

| March 9, 2010 | 2 Comments

Budget Summary New Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen made a promise to be more transparent with City Government. He has kept true to his word. He maintains a blog and regularly updates on Twitter. Last night a summary of the budget was available at the Council Meeting. While there were close to 200 people in attendance, […]

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Six Jobs=$22,000

Six Jobs=$22,000

| December 17, 2009 | 0 Comments

Fuzzy Math The Capital (scroll down, last story) is reporting that the six jobs eliminated by Mayor Cohen have saved the City $22,000. Hardly the drastic change anyone was expecting.

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