The Annapolis Police Department has increased patrols in Eastport due to Sunday night's double shooting, but some council members question whether it's enough.
More police will be walking and driving through the streets of Eastport's public housing in the wake of a double shooting late Sunday evening but some elected officials wondered whether that was enough. The shooting left a 22-year-old Annapolis man in critical condition after he suffered shots to the head, back and buttocks. A 27-year-old Severna Park man was released Monday morning after being treated for a gunshot wound to the back. So far, there have been no arrests. It's the second shooting to occur in the area this year. In June, Orlando Sherman McDaniel, 29, of Annapolis died as a result of gunshots wounds he suffered near the 1100 block of Madison Street in the Harbour House community. No arrests have been made in this case either…
The conference, "Pathways to Opportunities," aims to provide access to community-wide resources and help residents work towards housing self-sufficiency.
Friday, November 4, 2011
A “first-of-its-kind” conference this Saturday aims to provide resources to Annapolis public housing residents to help them achieve economic independence and work towards no longer needing public housing. The event, called “Pathways to Opportunities,” is hosted by the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis. Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen and members of the Annapolis City Council will be in attendance and U.S. Congressman John Sarbanes will deliver the morning keynote address. “We are transforming public housing in Annapolis,” Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen said in the release. “The City of Annapolis is making a commitment to the residents of public housing by partnering with HACA and making additional resources and hands-on-tools available …