Public Works Maintenance Facility Task Force Committee
Ad Hoc Committee
Meeting 1: July 23 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Pip Moyer Recreation Center. Kick-off meeting
Meeting 2: August 13 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Pip Moyer Recreation Center. Presentation of subcommittees’ outline
Meeting 3: September 3 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Pip Moyer Recreation Center. Public hearing and testimony.
Meeting 4: September 24 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Pip Moyer Recreation Center. Presentation of findings by each subcommittee.
Meeting 5: October 15 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Pip Moyer Recreation Center. Presentation of each subcommittee’s draft report.
Meeting 6: November 5 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Pip Moyer Recreation Center. Discussion and approval of the Task Force’s final report.
Note: additional documents pertaining to the subcommittee assignments are accessible from the links to the subcommittees in the green box at the top left of this page.
Public Works Maintenance Facility Task Force- For the purpose of establishing a temporary advisory Task Force commissioned to provide the City Council with findings and recommendations on the benefits and detriments of the proposed maintenance facility described in the Maintenance Facilities capital project; and generally relating to the Task Force.
Questions or comments for the committee should be directed to PWFacility@Annapolis.gov. Some individual subcommittee chairs can also be contacted directly as provided below.
Impact on Business
Darrell Hale** - Attorney; mediator
Jared Littmann*, email@example.com - Former Alderman, Ward 5; K&B True Value
Impact on City Employees
Don Hankins**, firstname.lastname@example.org - AFSCME;
Jackie Allsup - NAACP
Impact on City Finances
Bill Davidson, email@example.com - MoCo / former manager Div. Solid Waste
Scott Gibson**, Scott.firstname.lastname@example.org - Public Administration Expert; finance
Impact on Community
Curtis Jones - American Legion; communications and security
Dan Brookes - President of Kingsport; Ward 4
Roger Kizer Ball - Truxton Heights, Ward 1
Backup: Roger Kizer Ball - Heidi Rothenhaus
Kathy Ebner**, email@example.com - Homes for America; Ward 8
Minor Carter - Ward 1 and 5; lobbyist
Tom Baker, Kingsport Resident, Ward 4, firstname.lastname@example.org, 410-280-8811
Impact on Environment
Bil Davidson - MoCo / former manager Div. Solid Waste
Jesse Illif**, email@example.com - So. River Fed.
Impact on Housing
Cliff Martin - Housing Commission for AACo/CEO
Backup: Cliff Martin - Diane Haislip, Housing Commission for AACo/Deputy
Kathy Koch** - Arundel Community Development Services, Inc.
Impact on Land Use / Other Gov'ts
Eliot Powell***, firstname.lastname@example.org - Developer / Economic Development
Phil Hager** - AACo / Planning Director
Impact on Traffic / Connect. / Rec.
Greg Stewart - AACPS / Sr. Mgr. for Planning
Jon Korin - President of Bike AAA
Nestor A. Flores, P.E., PTOE, Chief, Traffic Engineering Division
Joel Campbell** email@example.com - IT field, mapping; property appraiser
Alan Kushner, Kingsport neighborhood
* Task Force Chair
** Subcommittee Chair
*** Task Force Vice Chair
Public Works Maintenance Facility Task Force - relevant references
City Staff Support: Archie Trader, Director, Recreation and Parks
City Staff Support: Brian Cahalan, Economic Policy Analyst
City Staff Support: David Jarrell, Director, Public Works
City Staff Support: Inna Young, Web Developer MIT
City Staff Support: Jackie Guild, Director, Environmental Policy
City Staff Support: Kerry Berger, Acting City Attorney
City Staff Support: Kwaku Agyemang-Duah, Transportation Department
City Staff Support: Lyn Farrrow, Assistant City Manager
City Staff Support: Mitchelle Stephenson, Public Information Officer
City Staff Support: Rena Simms, PW Admin (minutes)
City Staff Support: Rick Gordon, Director, Transportation
City Staff Support: Sally Nash, Acting Director, P&Z
City Staff Support: Susy Smith, Chief of Staff, Office of the Mayor
Forest Dr. prop. Owner Tom Baum, Owner, LaTerra Homes