Depending on who you ask, it’s either a boneheaded move or a very smart strategy. Under a revised state law that goes into effect July 1, 3 percent of all hotel taxes collected in Annapolis will go to fund the city’s Arts in Public Places Commission. The move was orchestrated by the commission’s chair, Genevieve Torri, working in concert with State Sen. Sarah Elfreth, a Democrat who sponsored the legislation last year.
Annapolis City Council set to vote on eliminating arts funding from the city budget
June 21, 2022