Tag: Historic preservation

Tobias M. Sullivan Architects moves into downtown Annapolis

Tobias M. Sullivan Architects moves into downtown Annapolis

| December 19, 2014 | 1 Comment

Tobias M. Sullivan Architects, a firm with nearly a decade of experience in historic preservation and contemporary design, has moved into new offices on Annapolis’ Main Street. The office space, located above 159 Main St., places the company at the heart of the Annapolis Historic District and provides ample architectural inspiration with its view of […]

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Letter To The Editor: Roger “Pip” Moyer–History Repeating Itself

Letter To The Editor: Roger “Pip” Moyer–History Repeating Itself

| July 22, 2013 | 1 Comment

Annapolis was an abandoned and dying town in the 1960’s when Annapolitans elected me Mayor.  Main Street shops were vacant as store owners moved to the new Mall in Parole.  Aldermen talked of paving the Harbor for parking.  They voted 6-2 to tear down the Market House, a move supported by the Editor of the Capital Newspaper. Into […]

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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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Mayor Cohen Speaks Out On 110 Compromise And Save Annapolis

Mayor Cohen Speaks Out On 110 Compromise And Save Annapolis

| July 2, 2013 | 4 Comments

Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen just released the following statement regarding developer’s the decision to pull out of the 110 Compromise Street development project. City Dock is the crown jewel of Annapolis.  Annapolitans cherish its authentic colonial scale, openness to the water and historic charm.  For more than two years, a community-led process has been developing […]

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Coalition Draws Crowd Downtown To Oppose City Dock Re-Zoning

Coalition Draws Crowd Downtown To Oppose City Dock Re-Zoning

| June 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Clarification: Our initial story (in its entirety below) was drafted on a mobile device from the press conference and some of the points may not have been clear.  The current ordinance before the Council is a completely separate issue from the City Dock Advisory Commission recommendations.  This ordinance only applies to the re-zoning of the parcel (Fawcetts) and […]

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Littmann To Hold Town Meeting For Ward 5

Littmann To Hold Town Meeting For Ward 5

| April 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Alderman Jared Littmann (Ward 5, City of Annapolis) announced today that he and key City department leaders will jointly hold a Town Hall meeting geared to the issues and concerns of residents in Ward 5 of Annapolis; anyone is welcome to attend. The meeting will be at the Pip Moyer Recreation Center on May 2, […]

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Former Mayoral Candidate Gil Renaut Dies

Former Mayoral Candidate Gil Renaut Dies

| February 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Former Chairman of the Annapolis Historic Commission and former Mayoral Candidate Gilbert Renaut passed away yesterday afternoon in his home. Renaut was a staunch civic activist who championed for historic preservation and transparency in government. Thee was much speculation that he would be seeking either the Ward One Alderman or Mayor’s seat in the upcoming […]

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MainStreets Annapolis Partnership Business Legacy Awards

MainStreets Annapolis Partnership Business Legacy Awards

| May 24, 2012 | 0 Comments

As part of National Preservation Month, Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen and Historic Preservation Chief Lisa Craig announced an event that will honor businesses that demonstrate an enduring commitment to serving residents and visitors while supporting the economic vitality of our neighborhood business districts. The inaugural MainStreets Annapolis Partnership (MAP) Business Legacy Awards will take […]

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Main Streets Annapolis Partnership Receives 2012 National Trust Main Street Accreditation

Main Streets Annapolis Partnership Receives 2012 National Trust Main Street Accreditation

| May 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

Mayor Joshua Cohen is pleased to announce that the MainStreets Annapolis Partnership (MAP), the City’s non-profit partner in the Main Street program, has been designated as an accredited National Main Street Program. MAP was recognized for meeting the commercial district revitalization performance standards set by the National Trust Main Street Center® which includes: Building comprehensive […]

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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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