The Capital: “Has Annapolis failed to follow its own law?”

By: Chase Cook, Capital Gazette reporter Controversy over an Annapolis law has raised concerns that the city has been approving new developments without following its own code, an issue that has officials scrambling to find out how the law was created and how they might make changes. Annapolis adequate public facilities laws require the city read on >

Capital Editorial: “City can’t keep ignoring school capacity”

By: Capital Gazette Editorial Board The key point made by Aldermen Jared Littmann and Ross Arnett in a column on this page last week is hard to argue: Even if the city doesn’t control school construction, it can’t leave school capacity out of its planning decisions. You can’t look at the crowding — and trailer-classrooms read on >