Capital LTE: “City can’t be expected to roll over for National Lutheran’s plans for Crystal Spring property”

Walter Vasquez’s letter (The Capital, April 12) revealed that he knows little about development but sure loves developers. He wrongly states that a property “can be developed in any way the owner sees fit.” Does he not know there are rules that protect us from having the proverbial pig farm built next door? Mr. Vasquez read on >

Capital LTE: “There Are Restrictions on Property Rights”

I have the deepest regard for Nancy Almgren and all her many contributions to our community. However, I’m surprised that a professional in the real estate industry would think that people can do anything they want with their private property. This notion is particularly absurd here in Annapolis. Otherwise the Fawcett building would long ago read on >