For three years, Newtowne 20 resident Mae Bridgers kept asking when they were going to do something. By “they,” Bridgers meant developers, the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis, the city itself, or the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development. Anyone, really, who could move forward the timeline to replace the ugly, aging brick buildings where she and 78 other families lived in a federally-owned housing development off Forest Drive.
Beleaguered Annapolis housing authority celebrates step forward at the former Newtowne 20
June 23, 2022