The Benefits of Reducing Parking Mandates, Part 3

Ted SheilsNovember 4, 2022 This is the third article in a series on parking mandates in Annapolis and proposed bill O-9-22, sponsored by Annapolis City Council member Brooks Schandelmeier, that seeks to eliminate those mandates for bars and restaurants. Part Two (read it here) explained why parking minimums prevent adaptive reuse and infill development, howContinue reading “The Benefits of Reducing Parking Mandates, Part 3”

The Benefits of Reducing Parking Mandates, Part 2

Ted Sheils August 15, 2022 This is the second article in a series on parking mandates in Annapolis and proposed bill O-9-22, sponsored by Annapolis City Council member Brooks Schandelmeier, that seeks to eliminate those mandates for bars and restaurants. Part One published in the Capital Gazette (read it here) touched on the tax revenueContinue reading “The Benefits of Reducing Parking Mandates, Part 2”