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Cohen To Award Living Landmarks Award To Moyer

| June 03, 2011, 02:35 PM | 1 Comment

Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen is pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural Living Landmarks Award for Continued Leadership in Cultural Heritage.

The awards will be presented on June 8 at 4 p.m. at the Banneker-Douglass Museum, home to the Maryland Commission on African-American History and Culture, and co-host for this event. This event is free to the general public.
In recognition of the leadership demonstrated by those who have contributed so significantly to the preservation of our community’s cultural heritage, Mayor Josh Cohen honors Annapolis’ greatest assets –our Living Landmarks.
Mayor Cohen recognizes:
  • Pip Moyer and Ellen Moyer for their contribution to preserving and promoting our City’s cultural heritage through their dedicated service to the citizens of Annapolis in support of historic preservation, the arts and the environment.
  • Yevola S. Peters for her contribution to preserving the City’s significant African-American heritage, educating its youth to the value of community service, and providing a voice for affordable housing for our residents.
The criteria for selection as a Living Landmark nominee includes:
  • Current or former residents of Annapolis
  • A demonstrated, ongoing commitment to protecting and promoting excellence in Annapolis’ cultural heritage
  • Individuals or leaders of Annapolis-based organizations
To attend Living Landmarks Awards, please send an email to [email protected] or contact Lisa Craig at 410/263-7961.

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  1. Bob McWilliams says:

    Ellen Moyer is directly responsible for bankrupting this city.

    People can think about that as she gets this award and the the Back Creek Nature Park is named after her.

    People can think about that as they fork over substantially higher taxes this year to pay for complete lack of financial stewardship as Mayor.

    People can think about that as the City “borrows” $10,000,000 just to keep the lights on, when Moyer blew $5,000,000 on the Market House and $16,000,000 on a health club she named after Pip Moyer.

    People can think about that when they drive by our condemned Public Works building, and we have no money to rebuild it.

    People can think about that when they turn on the faucet and no water comes out, because our ancient water plant could literally fail any day.

    People can think about that when a substantial amount of their city taxes go to paying the massive debt Moyer generated and the higher cost of that debt, because the city’s credit rating has fallen.

    People can think about that when the City tries to deal with $43,000,000 in unfunded obligations Moyer created, like enhanced city employee benefits.

    People can think about that when they skimp at the grocery store, because their city taxes went up to pay for things like bicycle master plans and sea level rise studies.

    People can think about that when Moyer gets this award by using YOUR money friviously to pursue her personal environmental interests, while critical city services were left to decay.

    The list goes on and on, yet Mayor Cohen is “pleased” to announce this award. It’s simply surreal.

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