Environmental and community groups across Annapolis are continuing to fight plans calling for the brutal overdevelopment of two areas along Forest Drive—developments that will decimate the city’s two remaining forests, while worsening even more our traffic and school overcrowding problems.
We need your help! Even if you’ve acted on this issue before, please go to our new petition website and send letters to Mayor Cohen and other officials.
The developers are throwing every lawyer and flack they have into this fight, and we have to fight back with all we have: The voice of the voters.
After you’ve signed the petition, please consider one more step—Tweet this: @CohenJosh protect the city's 2 surviving forests;no more traffic, stop school overcrowding, honor the comp plan #TreesforTraffic #Annapolis.
Read more about the Quiet Waters development here:
City, Developer Wrangle Over Quiet Waters Development
Fate of Quiet Waters Development Remains Uncertain
Reserve at Quiet Waters Wins Reluctant Approval
Protesters Delay Vote on Quiet Waters Development
Proposed Housing Development Concerns Annapolis Neck Residents
Read more about the Crystal Springs development here:
Forest Drive Development Could Bring 1,400 Jobs to Annapolis, Analysts Say
Another Forest Drive Development Awaiting Traffic Study
Crystal Spring Development Forum: Part 1
Crystal Spring Development Forum: Part 2