You’re Invited: AACo Bird Club Presentation on Eco Expedition to Costa Rica

“ANNE ARUNDEL BIRD CLUB PRESENTATION: ECO EXPEDITION TO COSTA RICA” Wednesday, December 21, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. Quiet Waters Park, Great Blue Heron Room Come out and see this presentation on the amazing wildlife of Costa Rica by Gerald Winegrad, who traveled there this past spring with 7 other members of the Bird Club.   read on >

Capital LTE: Crystal Spring housing out of reach for most seniors

There is a myth circulating that senior housing at the Crystal Spring development will be affordable. The following information should dispel any notion that this is true. The largest of the 33 single-family cottages for seniors, at 2,884 square feet with a two-car garage, would sell for nearly $1 million, an amount intended to give read on >

Capital Op-Ed: “Development doesn’t pay for itself”

By: Fred Gregory Much has been made of the city needing to allow new developments to increase its tax base and benefit city taxpayers. The developers and their attorneys use this fallacious logic to argue that residents who would be affected by such developments as at Crystal Spring and Parkside Preserve but who live outside read on >