• 4

When the Maryland legislative committees were presented with local bills to fund the Frederick downtown hotel project excluding further Maryland Historical Trust review, red flags should have arisen throughout the state to stop such an end run around the normal historical review process.

  • 65

Why is it such a struggle to get state funds allocated to the proposed hotel and conference center in downtown Frederick, a project that is widely accepted as being vital to the economic health of our city? We are getting tired of repeating this.

  • 52

In a recent letter to the editor by Peter Samuel titled “Alderman O’Connor dropped the ball in 2013 at crucial moment in hotel project,” Samuel claimed that the mayor and Board of Aldermen, including O’Connor, operated in secrecy making “decision(s) ... behind closed doors” and this casts a …

  • 4

When the Maryland legislative committees were presented with local bills to fund the Frederick downtown hotel project excluding further Maryland Historical Trust review, red flags should have arisen throughout the state to stop such an end run around the normal historical review process.

  • 65

Why is it such a struggle to get state funds allocated to the proposed hotel and conference center in downtown Frederick, a project that is widely accepted as being vital to the economic health of our city? We are getting tired of repeating this.