Child care, community partnerships and removal of carcinogenic firefighting equipment were the big-ticket budget items added to the Annapolis city budget Monday during a 12-hour meeting to discuss more than 40 proposed amendments. All amendments were additions (or in a handful of cases, subtractions) to the $170 million budget proposed by Mayor Gavin Buckley in April. Some were technical corrections, and a few others adjusted fees and fines.
Annapolis City Council adds funding for firefighting gear, child care to ‘23 budget, rejects guaranteed income proposal
June 9, 2022