Clenny said his first priority would be the Crystal Spring proposal on Forest Drive, that he says is too big. He would urge the site be developed only for a senior housing community, and not with the shopping, town houses and other features that have been proposed.

He also thinks Annapolis has an identity crisis and caters to tourists at the expense of residents.

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WARD 1

Joe Budge, Democrat

The incumbent was appointed to his position this spring after Alderman Richard Israel resigned. Previously, he was active in the Ward One Residents Association. He is a retired software executive and a 10-year resident of Annapolis.

Allen Furth, Republican

Furth has been a project manager and holds a degree in civil engineering. He served on the Annapolis Board of Supervisors of Elections. He is a 25-year resident of Annapolis.

WARD 2

Fred Paone, Republican

The incumbent alderman is an assistant state's attorney for Anne Arundel County and an adjunct professor at Anne Arundel Community College. He was first elected alderman during a special election in 2007 and was re-elected in 2010.

Kurt Riegel, Democrat

Riegel has lived in West Annapolis for three years after living nearby in Anne Arundel County. He teaches at Johns Hopkins University and has been a member of the Severn River Commission and was president of the Severn River Association.

WARD 3

Rhonda Pindell Charles, Democrat, is running unopposed.

WARD 4

Sheila Finlayson, Democrat, is running unopposed.

WARD 5

Jared Littmann, Democrat is running unopposed.