Capital LTE: “Forest Drive needs common sense, not more studies”

We appreciate The Capital’s front-page story on Forest Drive traffic (June 19). However, The Capital described the June 15 shutdown as “brief.” Anyone sitting for two hours trying to get home or, worse, trying to get to the hospital, would not consider the shutdown as brief. This was but one of many traffic Armageddons on read on >

Capital LTE: “Development on the ballot in 2017”

Your editorial (The Capital, June 21) very succinctly laid out what will certainly be the major concern in next year’s city election campaign: the wisdom, desirability of or opposition to further development in and adjacent to Annapolis; with its added housing, businesses, employment, traffic, school crowding, pollution and removal of natural surroundings. You cited the read on >