Monthly Archives: November 2017

What if the City Attorney’s right and it is the Chamber of Commerce HAC — THOUGHTS ON CITY CLAIMS AT OMCB

The facts are heavily on my side, I think, in contending that the Hotel Advisory Committee (HAC) under Mayor McClement  has been violating state law (the Open Meetings Act) for seven years by meeting behind closed doors.   But what … Continue reading

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City says it has no power over Hotel Advisory Committee — response to Open Meetings Compliance Board complaint

The City Attorney Saundra Nickols is trying to persuade the Open Meetings Compliance Board (OMCB or Board) of the State Attorney-General’s Office that the City is not responsible for the behavior of the downtown Hotel Advisory Committee (HAC) and therefore … Continue reading

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Maryland Historical Trust acting powerless

At the consulting parties meeting in Frederick October 18 and November 14 state officials have said the purpose of the consultations was to focus on mitigation of an assumed demolition of the Tannery building, and that the state does not … Continue reading

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60 room boutique hotel being proposed on old Visitation Academy site

An Annapolis developer James O’Hare and architect Lance Jaccard from DC are developing plans for a boutique hotel and a mix of flats and townhouses on the site of the Visitation Academy on East 2nd St. They described their plans … Continue reading

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