Visions for City Dock have changed, but consensus still needed

Three years ago we published a series of stories on the future of downtown Annapolis that has proven to be strangely prescient. We explored the need for a new vision, one that not only celebrated the city center’s important architectural and cultural history but also its status as a unique open space. We called for pushing parking off City Dock, creating a place that would draw residents from across Annapolis and offering something more than just a spot where tourists stroll. We doubt Mayor Gavin Buckley was inspired by our stories. Rather we think our reporters and editors did what good journalists should do, capture a shift in the public mood. (Capital)

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