Over the last few years, our project team has closely collaborated with community groups and individuals to resolve any remaining concerns about our proposed continuing care retirement community. We are pleased to report that because of that collaborative effort and striving to make a project everyone in Annapolis can be proud of, several individuals and groups have formally withdrawn their opposition to The Village at Providence Point.
"After a decade of battle over the development of Crystal Spring [Providence Point], revised filings by National Lutheran Communities & Services (NLCS) have met the four major concerns of our group, Concerned Citizens for Proper Land Use, Inc. These concerns focused on traffic, forest conservation, stormwater management, and extinguishment of all development rights other than the senior community. These gains came after several years of work with NLCS and the City to resolve these issues and make this a model project. "
Read more about this in the Gerald Winegrad's Capital Gazette guest column or visit HERE.