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Tag: Joshua J. Cohen

Annapolis Begins Reshuffling Offices

Annapolis Begins Reshuffling Offices

| February 05, 2012, 02:07 PM | 0 Comments

As part of his ongoing commitment to making City Hall more user-friendly and efficient, Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen announces that the first phase of office relocation will begin Wednesday, February 8. The purpose of the move is to create a “one-stop shop” by co-locating all permitting, inspections, Fire Marshal and planning and zoning functions […]

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Launch Of New Clearinghouse Helps Local Youth Overcome  Academic And Social Challenges

Launch Of New Clearinghouse Helps Local Youth Overcome Academic And Social Challenges

| January 12, 2012, 11:25 AM | 0 Comments

  Maryland House Speaker Michael E. Busch and Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen urge locals to get involved in our youth’s future by volunteering as a mentor or tutor. The speaker and mayor represented the numerous organizations that came together to launch a new initiative called The Treasure Hunters’ Clearinghouse. The kick off took place […]

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Moving Around In Downtown Annapolis Just Got Easier And Cheaper!

Moving Around In Downtown Annapolis Just Got Easier And Cheaper!

| January 05, 2012, 12:01 PM | 0 Comments

Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen announced today that the City is continuing the pilot Circulator Trolley service as an ongoing part of the Department of Transportation’s Fleet.  Moreover, the City will make rides on the Trolley free of charge to the public. The Annapolis City Council voted to authorize marketing dollars to enhance public awareness […]

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Annapolis Director Of Parks & RecreationSteps Down

Annapolis Director Of Parks & RecreationSteps Down

| December 21, 2011, 05:09 PM | 0 Comments

Mayor Joshua J. Cohen announces that LeeAnn Plumer, the City’s Recreation and Parks Director, will step down on January 6 to allow more time with family. LeeAnn was hired as the director by former Mayor Dean L. Johnson and has served in that position for the past 12 years. She spent several of those years […]

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Congressman Cummings To Keynote Annual MLK Breakfast

Congressman Cummings To Keynote Annual MLK Breakfast

| December 17, 2011, 11:02 AM | 0 Comments

Ticket sales are under way for the 31stAnnual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast on Monday, Jan. 16, on the Anne Arundel Community College Arnold campus. Doors open at 7:30 a.m. in the David S. Jenkins Gymnasium, with the breakfast program beginning at 8 a.m. Highlighting the event as keynote speaker is Maryland Congressman […]

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Free Parking & Circulator In Annapolis

Free Parking & Circulator In Annapolis

| November 25, 2011, 02:15 PM | 0 Comments

As part of his Economic Development initiative and ongoing efforts to support local business, Mayor Joshua J. Cohen is offering shoppers two hours of free parking in downtown Annapolis and free Circulator trolley rides through January 1. “In keeping with an Annapolis holiday tradition that my friend, the late Mayor Al Hopkins started, I am […]

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Mayor’s Budget Road Show

Mayor’s Budget Road Show

| February 20, 2011, 10:02 AM | 0 Comments

Mayor Joshua J. Cohen announces two public forums early next month where he will offer a budget preview ahead of his formal presentation of the fiscal year 2012 budget to the City Council on Monday, March 14. The Mayor, City Manager Michael Mallinoff and Budget Director Bruce Miller will host the discussions on March 1 […]

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ABC And ACP Have It Wrong

ABC And ACP Have It Wrong

| May 21, 2010, 08:10 AM | 0 Comments

Cohen Dresses Down Civic Group And Local Blogger Yesterday, a local blogger published a memo from the civic group, Annapolitans For A Better Community (ABC) indicating that the Mayor and Council were forging ahead with significant tax increases in order to balance the budget. According to the Annapolis Capital Punishment entry, the Mayor was considering […]

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