The Capital: “Annapolis returns Providence Point application as incomplete”

By: Chase Cook, Capital Gazette reporter Applications for an age-restricted living project were rejected Thursday by Annapolis planning officials for being “inconsistent, incomplete, lacking analysis and detail.” The Village at Providence Point project, proposed by the National Lutheran Communities and Services, would have brought 355 independent living, 18 cottages, five duplexes and 48 health care read on >

Capital LTE: “Consider these thoughts regarding Crystal Spring plan”

Regarding the column “Stop thinly veiled attempts to kill development in Annapolis” (The Capital, Aug. 14), we should: Wait for the data. The comprehensive Forest Drive/Eastport Sector Study needs to be completed before any proposals of major impact can be considered. This has been promised by the city and the study’s findings will provide prudent read on >

Capital op-ed: Reject latest Crystal Spring development plans

By: Gerald Winegrad After nearly five years of involvement in the battle to save the forests, fields and wetlands at Crystal Spring from a massive development, I was hopeful a sound plan could be worked out when the Connecticut developers gave up and departed. But my hopes were dashed upon examining the plans submitted recently read on >