Two Annapolis city council members are seeking to limit the density of developments along the outer West Street corridor, where major office and residential projects are fast overshadowing older homes and storefronts.
Prompted by concerns that the thoroughfare is being overdeveloped, Aldermen Josh Cohen and Samuel E. Shropshire have proposed an ordinance that would limit the density of multifamily developments to 35 units an acre, a 20 percent reduction from current standards.
Should the city council limit the density of new developments along West Street outside downtown?
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