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Project Nears Approval After Meeting All Our Concerns

After a decade of battle over the development of the 175 acre Crystal Spring site, we are on the cusp of a major land use agreement as the developers of The Village at Providence Point (TVPP) have honored all of our terms for withdrawing our objections. City Planning and Zoning is incorporating these terms in read on >

Success is Near!

Success is near in resolving our four major concerns on traffic, forest conservation, stormwater management, and extinguishment of all development rights other than the senior only community. We have negotiated major concessions by the developer that would make this a model project.  The traffic plans are comprehensive and actually may improve traffic flows. Note that since TVPP read on >

Local Leaders Lend Support to Concerned Citizens for Proper Land Use Position on New Plans

The following leaders have approved of the terms for withdrawal of objections to the project should the City adopt all the developer’s commitments as part of any approval of the project. Click here to read the commitment letter. Note: this list will be updated as new names are added. Parris Glendening, former Governor and father read on >

The Capital: “Latest Providence Point plan compromises on traffic, future development for Annapolis retirement community”

A long-planned and often fought-over proposal for an Annapolis retirement community along Forest Drive could finally be on its way to approval. Developers submitted plans offering compromises on four key areas of concerns raised by an opposition group, including traffic, forest conservation, stormwater management and future development.ADVERTISING On Thursday, National Lutheran Communities and Services submitted read on >

The Capital: “We must save the forest to save the Chesapeake”

By: Gerald Winegrad, Capital Gazette Columnist The destruction of the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem began more than 400 years ago with the clearing of forests and later, the filling and draining of wetlands. About 66% of our tidal and freshwater wetlands were destroyed, including thousands of acres drained with federal and state funds to create farmland. read on >

Capital LTE: “Providence Point must have adequate conservation easement”

Agreed that National Lutheran has done much to modify its proposal for Providence Point at Crystal Springs farm to comply with local requirements (The Capital, May 7). Since so much has been done to address the community’s concerns to preserve one of the last standing undisturbed woodlands on the South River, it would be unwise read on >