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All Hands on Deck and “Full Speed Ahead” for Historic Annapolis, Inc. – Historic Annapolis

Annapolis Discovered, , Frederick Schultz

Robert Clark

Robert Clark has been a “glass-half-full” type of leader ever since he took over the reins in 2012 of Historic Annapolis, Inc. (HA). After double-timing its resources—namely, staff, volunteers, members, donors, and corporate partners and sponsors—the organization is now officially implementing its “Short-Term Strategic Plan” to take on the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Annapolis begins $50 million campaign to save City Dock

Capital Gazette, , Capital Gazette Editorial Board

Hey buddy, can you spare a dime? How about $50 million? That’s the projected price tag for an ambitious and attractive plan to save City Dock — the loose term describing the public areas along Dock Street, Compromise Street and Susan B. Campbell Park — from the ravages of sea-level rise on the Chesapeake Bay.

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$50M redevelopment of City Dock eyed in Annapolis

Baltimore Business Journal, , Melody Simmons

Long-standing efforts to turn the Annapolis City Dock into a more park-like setting are inching forward — at last. A request for qualifications was sent out by the recently formed City Dock Action Committee and the nonprofit Historic Annapolis with a due date of Nov. 20.

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