the latest Annapolis City Dock Master Plan.The public will have their say Monday night on
The plan will be presented for a public hearing at 7 p.m. Monday at City Hall, after which it will require a final vote by the council, scheduled for Oct. 28.
See the city's work on the revised master plan.
The Capital reported that the plan calls for City Dock to be surrounded by a 30-foot maritime zoning setback, designating three areas for development—including the former Fawcett Boating Supply store.
The site was once going to be renovated into a new, $20 million retail center by developer Mark Ordan, but plans were pulled after they met resistance from a local group, the Save Annapolis Coalition.
City aldermen were split on a decision to wait for the results of a new maritime study on the area before making changes. Ultimately the council decided on language that freed the master plan from the results of the study, The Capital reported.