Tag: City Dock

Annapolis Police Department One Mile Challenge

Annapolis Police Department One Mile Challenge

| August 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Annapolis City Police Department is proud to present the Fourth Annual One Mile Challenge to Benefit Special Olympics Maryland. The One Mile Challenge will be in a wave format, which will allow all levels of runners (and walkers) to participate. There will also be a Team Competition category, allowing friendly competitions between Police and […]

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A Case For 110 Compromise Street

A Case For 110 Compromise Street

| July 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Here is a case for acting now on the 110 Compromise re-zoning and engaging with the Mark Ordan investment group. We had a sunset family outing down to the City Dock last night for post-dinner ice cream and a stroll. We parked in the Donner lot and at the end of the stroll we walked […]

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Save Annapolis Responds To City’s Fact Sheet

Save Annapolis Responds To City’s Fact Sheet

| July 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Save Annapolis has taken issue with the fact sheet offered by the City of Annapolis PLanning and Zoning Department.  Below is their point by point response to the original article published here. Response by Save Annapolis to the Annapolis Planning and Zoning Department City Dock Fact Sheet of 7/9/13 published in Eye of Annapolis  “Since […]

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Ellen Moyer Speaks Out On Fawcetts Property

Ellen Moyer Speaks Out On Fawcetts Property

| July 11, 2013 | 1 Comment

The following letter to the editor was received by former Mayor, Ellen O. Moyer. Let’s Make A Deal A recent article in the Capital stated that the owners of Fawcetts laughed at an offer of 4 million Dollars to buy their property. Evidently they believed the value of the Fawcetts site to be worth more. […]

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Annapolis Lays Out Facts On 110 Compromise Street

Annapolis Lays Out Facts On 110 Compromise Street

| July 10, 2013 | 2 Comments

The City of Annapolis’ Planning and Zoning Department released the following fact sheet in an attempt to clarify the hyperbole that has surrounded the possible redevelopment of 110 Compromise Street. In order to address the conflicting information being aired regarding the Master Plan and rezoning efforts for the Compromise Street properties, the Department of Planning […]

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Diverse Group Formed To Fight Cohen’s Redevelopment Of City Dock

Diverse Group Formed To Fight Cohen’s Redevelopment Of City Dock

| June 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Ward One Residents Association, Annapolis Business Association, Historic Annapolis Foundation, United States Yacht Shows, Fleet Reserve Club, and many City Dock businesses and Annapolis residents have  formed the Coalition to Save Annapolis. It is a new organization formed by residents, businesses, historic preservationists, and maritime industries to oppose the Mayor’s and City Council’s plans […]

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Free Historic Walking Tour From Annapolis Tours

Free Historic Walking Tour From Annapolis Tours

| March 9, 2013 | 1 Comment

Celebrate Maryland’s heritage on Maryland Day with a complimentary “Gone but not Forgotten” Walking Tour from Annapolis Tours® by Watermark®. The walking tour is a highlighted activity of the 6th Annual Maryland Day Celebration. The free, family friendly tour is specially offered for Maryland Day and takes place Saturday, March 23 at 10:30 a.m. The […]

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2nd Annual City Fair At Annapolis City Dock

2nd Annual City Fair At Annapolis City Dock

| February 25, 2013 | 1 Comment

Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen announces an opportunity for local nonprofit organizations to showcase their services while highlighting volunteer opportunities to the public. The City of Annapolis, in cooperation with the National Sailing Center & Hall of Fame (NSHOF), is seeking public agencies, cultural institutions, sports associations, service organizations, educational institutions, environmental organizations, neighborhood associations, […]

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Annapolis Considering Zip Line Over Ego Alley

Annapolis Considering Zip Line Over Ego Alley

| July 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Normally, you would expect this headline on April 1st. But alas, here it’s July and someone is dead serious about it. Last week, the City held a planning session with the design consultant hired (at a cost of $150,000) to develop a new vision for City Dock. True to form, this process has been committee’d […]

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Annapolis Hires Consultant Team To Look At City Dock

Annapolis Hires Consultant Team To Look At City Dock

| April 30, 2012 | 1 Comment

Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen announced that the City has retained a consultant team to assist the citizen-led City Dock Advisory Committee (CDAC)  in formulating a plan to revitalize City Dock.  The consultant team will meet with the full CDAC at its monthly meeting next month. This specialized nine member team brings experience and expertise […]

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Proposal Requiring Council Approval For Events On Monday’s Agenda

Proposal Requiring Council Approval For Events On Monday’s Agenda

| April 8, 2012 | 2 Comments

Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen, Aldermen Richard E. Israel and Ross Arnett III announce that they are introducing a resolution to require City Council approval of major special events at City Dock. The resolution will impose a moratorium on administrative approvals of these events for a period of one year or until the City Council […]

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Cohen Names Another Committee

Cohen Names Another Committee

| October 27, 2010 | 1 Comment

Annapolis Mayor, Joshua Cohen, has named another committee to study the City Dock area. The committee, called the City Dock Advisory Committee (CDAC) will be chaired by former Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke who lives near Annapolis. Additional insight can be found on the Historic Annapolis Patch. From City Hall: Mayor Joshua J. Cohen announces the […]

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Mayor Seeks Volunteers For City Dock Committee

Mayor Seeks Volunteers For City Dock Committee

| September 19, 2010 | 2 Comments

Mayor Joshua J. Cohen announces that the City of Annapolis is forming a citizens committee to advise the City on redeveloping City Dock.  This is the administration’s first step in a yearlong planning effort to re-envision and renew Annapolis’ signature public space. The City Dock Advisory Committee will serve as the foundation for public involvement […]

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From The Classroom: A Practical Suggestion For City Hall

From The Classroom: A Practical Suggestion For City Hall

| March 10, 2010 | 0 Comments

Last Friday, for our school’s celebration of Black History Month (postponed into March because of the snow. That’s what’s called white oppression. Zing!), we saw a screening of the movie Pip and Zastrow: An American Friendship about former Mayor Roger “Pip” Moyer and former city council candidate Zastrow Simms, two friends who bonded in a […]

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So You Think You Can Dance Party

So You Think You Can Dance Party

| July 8, 2009 | 0 Comments

A Fun Time At City Dock The Mayor’s Office just released the following press release yesterday afternoon at 5:15 p.m.  It sounds like a fun time and hopefully you can get out on such short notice! Annapolis Mayor Ellen O. Moyer isn’t concerned if YOU can dance, but hopes you will all come out and […]

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