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Publlic Housing Management Expected to Testify at Tonight's Annapolis City Council Meeting

After years of complaints from residents the relatively new management of Woodside Gardens a Rocheters, NY based firm called Fairstead, plus Enterprise Community Development, a Baltimore nonprofit that manages Admiral Oaks, another property where residents allege they struggle with mold, prolonged displacement for improvements and unresponsive management, are expected to appear under threat of a legal of summons after failing to show at City Hall last month. Monday’s meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. and can also be viewed on local cable and the city’s YouTube channel.

Sixth Ward Alderman DeJuan Gay tells the Capital Gazette that he and a team of interns have been trying to communicate with these management companies, as well as "HACA", or the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis, which is a non-goverment management company that oversees numerous properties in the city. Gay, who chairs the Housing and Human Welfare Committee, said his goal for the meeting is to get some answers from the managers about work taking place on the properties, and “restore trust in the council’s commitment to safe and affordable housing.”

 

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