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Annapolis Sunday Capital (Newspaper) - August 11, 2013, Annapolis, Maryland capitalgazette.com i g>uni»au daattal AUG. 11, 2013 A Capital-Gazette Newspaper ® — Annapolis. MD $1.50 A Capitai-Gazette Newspaper ® — Annapolis. IVID NATiON ARUNDEL BUSINESS SPORTS LIFESTYLE HEALTH COUPONS Missing teon found Schools prepare safe in Idaho A2 bus drivers Cl More job training Swain impressive for veterans A7 in scrimmage B1 ('ity artist’s NVV(‘et success 1)1 To the candidates: Here’s what matters Concerns range from (vity Dock to crime T I hose vying to be elected this 1 fall to lead Annapolis have filed their candidacies and rolled out their campaigns. The question now: What are the candidates going to talk about, and will they tell Annapolitans what they want to hear? The races for mayor and for City Council seats for Wards 1 and 2 will have Democratic and Republican runoffs during the primary election on Sept. 17. Five races, including the mayoral race, will have face-offs in the general election on Nov. 5. Some council seats are uncontested. We’ve heard from some of the politicians. We know some of their agendas, talking points and campaign slogans, But how does the rhetoric match what regular citizens think are the key issues? In an attempt to find out, The Capital hit the streets last week to ask residents what’s on their minds and what concerns they hope the 2013 election’s candidates will address. Foiu* reporters were dispatched to different areas of the city. (See CITIZENS, Page A13) No smoking ouUloors? IH Worih of savings insi(l(‘ Land lost in the shnffle Army wants lo giv(‘coiinly a parcel ovi'rlooked in old survey By: SARA BLUMBERG sblumbergacapgaznews.com Mike Murphy walks over the Little Patuxent Bridge pointing out all the details of the Little Patuxent Parcel He knows this land in Odenton well. It has been the subject of many neighborhood conversations. On one side, some residents fish in the murky brown water On the other, an old, tired swing is has been left broken and unused. Old beer cans are mangled in the plants. Murphy points down to a few snapping turtles coming up from the water Despite appearances, he said, there’s still a variety of marine life below. “It’s a small piece of a land with a big past,’’ said the former president of the Forks of the Patuxent Improvement Association “Everyone who lives around here knows that bridge” And there's one particularly striking thing about the 6 acre parcel along the river right off Piney Or chard Parkway. About 20 years ago, it was forgotten. (See PARCEL, Page A14) LITTLE PATUXENT PARCEL Howard County Fort Oeofge G. Mead« Patuxsnt Re-.»ï«fch Refuji»* Prince George’s County Anne Arundel County By ELISHA SAUERS, ALLISON BOURG, HEATHER RAWLYK and E.B. FURGURSON III email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org In July the County Council put in legislation to accept a gift of 6 acres of land owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In the mid ’90s, the land was supposed to have been donated to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service for the establishment of the Patuxent Research Refuge in Odenton, but the parcel, known as the Little Patuxent Parcel, was inadvertently excluded during the survey. SUNDAY'S WEATHER 85171 HIGH LOW SCAHERED SHOWERS Monday: Sunny. C2 INDEX Four sections, 40 pages Calendar .......... .. A14 Editorial ......... ......A12 Obituaries ........ ... C2 Capital Camera . All Havens ........ ......C14 Puzzles............. . C13 Classified ......... CIO Honor Roll ... ........C4 Television......... ... C6 Death Notices .. Doonesbury ...... ... C2 .. A13 Lottery ........ My Time...... ..........A4 ........C5 Volunteers........ ... 10 ■FJ Like us on Facebook ■Li capitalgazette a Follow us on Twitter capgaznews dëâü^ Free hummingbird food from Wild Bird Center of Annapolis, COUPON/A13 ^ General................410-268-5000 Classified.............410-268-7000 Circulation...........410-268-4800 ÍNJ m N- o This summer, the drive is short and the savings are BIG. DELMARVALOUS PROMOTION $140 JL Jt 4-/ per room, per night For more information, call 800 913 8971 or visit chesapeakebay.hyatt.com and request otter code DELMA3 Offer valid Sunday - Thursday only, through August 29. Limited time offer. © 2013 Hyatt Corporation. All rights reserved. HYATT R f G F N C Y .;rfSAPOAKt BA^ GOLF SPA MARINA cambp:dgì md
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