Royal Farms & Stevens Hardware

WORA Board Member, Pat Zeno, testifying before the Annapolis Board of Appeals: "It is a privilege to do business in the historic district...we ask you to deny this application."

WORA Board Member, Pat Zeno, testifying before the Annapolis Board of Appeals: “It is a privilege to do business in the historic district…we ask you to deny this application.”

Issue Update:

On March 3rd the Annapolis Board of Appeals unanimously agreed that the application  did not meet the City Code Definition of a Deli.

Mission Barbeque is currently leasing Stevens Hardware and will be opening in the Spring of 2016. 

 

WORA’s Position:

WORA opposes the Special Exception application. Read more about the position here: WORA Position Letter to P&Z Re RF.

WORA also submitted the following testimony in opposition to the Special Exception application: Testimony to the Annapolis Board of Appeals – WORA Position Against Special Exception.

 

Recent Capital Gazette Articles:

Royal Farms vote delayed until December

Royal Farms proposes more ‘deli-like’ changes

It’s the Code, Stupid! (Letter to the Editor)

 

Folks interested in displaying the "Support Our City Code / Say NO to Royal Farms" signs in their homes or businesses can email WORA President Elly Tierney at President@WardOne.org directly.

Folks interested in displaying the “Support Our City Code / Say NO to Royal Farms” signs in their homes or businesses can email WORA President Elly Tierney at President@WardOne.org directly.