Tag: Moyer

Are You Attending Cohen’s Inauguration?

Are You Attending Cohen’s Inauguration?

| November 30, 2009 | 0 Comments

Inaugural Funding Questions Emerge CORRECTION: The “Democratic Victory Party” is scheduled for December 8, 2009 and is indeed a partisan party and separate from the Inaugural events. The party for which funds are being solicited is on the 7th. We regret the error. Yesterday, Mayor-Elect Josh Cohen announced that he did not want any public […]

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Ellen O. Moyer Government Center

Ellen O. Moyer Government Center

| November 7, 2009 | 0 Comments

Will Building Be Named After Embattled Mayor? When the Council Agenda was emailed from City Hall yesterday, we were initially shocked that Dave Cordle was sponsoring a bill to name the building at 145 Gorman Street in honor of his nemesis. Cordle is a Republican–Ellen is not.  Cordle took swipe after swipe at the current […]

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Bowling Vows To Repeal 54% Increase In Liquor Fees

Bowling Vows To Repeal 54% Increase In Liquor Fees

Denounces Current Mayor and Aldermanic Opponent Classie Hoyle Today, Scott Bowling (Candidate for Alderman, Ward 3) denounced Mayor Ellen Moyer, Finance Committee Chair Classie Hoyle, and the rest of the Annapolis City Council for the 54-percent increase in liquor fees for restaurants, taverns,package goods stores, and hotels and vows to introduce a budget amendment to […]

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Annapolis Wins Livable City Award In Czech Republic

Annapolis Wins Livable City Award In Czech Republic

| October 13, 2009 | 0 Comments

City Ties For Second In International Competition Last week, five employees of the City and one Alderman were winging their way across the Atlantic to the Czech Republic to represent Annapolis in the International Awards For Livable Communities. Today, Mayor Moyer announced that Annapolis tied for second place out of 10 nominees. There was a […]

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Why So Secret?

Why So Secret?

| September 29, 2009 | 1 Comment

Did Ethics Commission Forget About Ethics? In a not so surprising move, the Annapolis City Ethics Commission has failed to post adequate notice of their upcoming meeting (this afternoon at 4:30pm) to re-vamp the rules governing the commission and to discuss financial disclosures. This meeting should be an open meeting, but the Commission failed to […]

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Drink More Save The Environment

Drink More Save The Environment

| September 17, 2009 | 1 Comment

Annapolis Mayor: Drink More Wine Recycle More Corks Mayor Ellen Moyer announced that she and the Department of Neighborhood and Environmental programs will be collecting wine corks to recycle. Last year, Annapolitans collected 15,000 corks out of an estimated 15 billion wasted. Considering that this year will see a change in the administration, the City […]

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When Mayors Attack

When Mayors Attack

| September 7, 2009 | 2 Comments

Citizen Ellen Moyer Goes On The Offensive Last week, we were critical of Annapolis Mayor Ellen Moyer’s criticism of a fellow democrat and candidate for mayor on the “Official Blog” of the Mayor.  After the criticism, the offending post was removed and all links to the “official blog” were removed from the City’s website in […]

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Top Ten For The Week

Top Ten For The Week

| September 6, 2009 | 0 Comments

Top Ten Pages At Eye On Annapolis Politics, stunts by Mayor Moyer, and violence in Lothian dominated this week’s top stories. But, rounding out the list, were some good news stories from Candles Off Main, Chick & Ruth’s Delly and even our site, Eye On Annaplolis. Catch up on all the popular posts by clicking […]

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Correction And Apology

Correction And Apology

| September 3, 2009 | 0 Comments

Earlier this week, we repoorted on Annapolis Mayor Ellen Moyer and her recent blog postings on the Mayor’s “Official” blog. In that entry, we completely mischaracterized a lack of response to our inquiry. When we contacted the City’s Public Information Officer (PIO) Rhonda Wardlaw, we received an autoreply email that she was out of town. […]

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The Mayor Steps In It

The Mayor Steps In It

| September 1, 2009 | 3 Comments

Mayor Moyer May Have Gone Too Far NOTE:  See Correction Below Rumors are swirling of an ethics violation against the lame duck Annapolis Mayor Ellen Moyer. It appears that City Hall has been busy for the past 24 hours trying to remove the Mayor’s foot from her mouth and cover up her vitriolic comments on […]

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Moyer Trashes Fellow Democrat

Moyer Trashes Fellow Democrat

| August 30, 2009 | 4 Comments

Annapolis Mayor Throws Candidate Under The Bus As this blog has said repeatedly, the politics are going to get nasty leading up to the Mayoral election in Annapolis. This weekend, the current lame duck Mayor jumped into the mud herself on “The official blog spot for Mayor Ellen Moyer of the City of Annapolis, Maryland”. […]

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Top Ten For The Week

Top Ten For The Week

| August 30, 2009 | 0 Comments

Top Ten Pages At Eye On Annapolis The senseless deaths of two people in the Glen Burnie area were two of our top stories this week. Andrew Joseph Giancoli was stabbed to death in his Explorer on the side of the road and Mary Bernice Collins was struck and killed as she was walking along […]

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Moyer’s Grandchildren Arrested

Moyer’s Grandchildren Arrested

| August 18, 2009 | 1 Comment

Police Nab Three In Drug Sting According to The Capital, it seems that two of Mayor Ellen Moyer’s adult grandchildren may be taking her “green initiatives” a bit too far: Annapolis police arrested three people – including two of Mayor Ellen O. Moyer’s grandchildren – on drug possession charges after stopping two cars Friday night….Police […]

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Moyer Claims Victory In Market House

Moyer Claims Victory In Market House

| August 14, 2009 | 0 Comments

Moyer Celebrates Re-Opening Of Market House Annapolis Mayor, Ellen Moyer joined other local dignitaries in celebrating the return of businesses to the Market House this morning. This is a day of celebration. Just think, it was back in 1784 that the Market House found this place at the head of   City Dock, and has […]

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Be Heard And Support Charity

Be Heard And Support Charity

| August 12, 2009 | 0 Comments

Everything Old Is New Again If you live in Annapolis and have had enough of the past eight years, you will get a chance to vote for change in November. Does anyone recall the bumper sticker of the 2005 election? Well, here we are 4 years later and this retro bumper sticker is back in […]

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Market House Ribbon Cutting

Market House Ribbon Cutting

| August 11, 2009 | 3 Comments

Mayor Moyer To Celebrate Re-Opening Of Market House Mayor Ellen Moyer will host a special Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Friday, August 14,2009 at 11 a.m. to celebrate the new businesses that have joined the Market House.  At this event, the City and the Market House will officially welcome Atwater’s, Flowers by Donna’s, Homestead Market and […]

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Support Your City

Support Your City

| August 11, 2009 | 1 Comment

Have A Cup Of  Coffee And Sign The Petition Saturday is supposed to be a lot cooler. So why not wake up a bit ealy and head downtown to the Hard Bean Coffee & Booksellers for a newspaper, a cup of coffee and a petition? Yes a petition. If you have not heard, a local […]

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Another Clueless Move By Moyer

Another Clueless Move By Moyer

| August 6, 2009 | 3 Comments

Mayor Allocates Over $5000 For Sailing Teens While we welcome visitors from all over the world to our beautiful City, it just doesn’t make sense to pay for them to come.  We cannot figure out how to pay for our parking garages. We still have several million dollars to go till we are where we […]

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How Long?

How Long?

| August 4, 2009 | 2 Comments

The Annapolis Countdown Clock Have you ever wondered when Annapolis might be free of the rampant cronie appointments? Or absolved of ridiculous legislation like extending the terms of office and issuing golden parachutes for slackers? Are you wondering when things will be changing? We all know that January 20, 2009 was when change came to […]

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Bad News Good News

Bad News Good News

| July 29, 2009 | 0 Comments

The bad news is that we have a Mayor who is completely aloof. The good news is we don’t have this Mayor.

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National Night Out Car Show

National Night Out Car Show

| July 25, 2009 | 0 Comments

Annapolis Police Department Kicks Off National Night Out With A Bang The Annapolis City Police Department sponsored a National Night Out kickoff with a Car Show and Police Demonstration on July 25, 2009 at the Wiley H. Bates Heritage Park.  Wheels from the Past and Bayside Mustangs (two local car enthusiast clubs) were instrumental in […]

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When Mayors Attack

When Mayors Attack

| July 21, 2009 | 3 Comments

Moyer Goes On Defensive Once again, rather than debating the issues in a rational manner, the “esteemed” Mayor of Annapolis is let off her leash and attacks The Capital. Now granted, some of her points were valid and The Capital could have done a better job; but this is so typical of the Mayor to […]

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