Ruling should spur Annapolis toward arts policy

A Maryland District Court judge recently ruled on the case of the mural painted by artist Jeff Huntington on the building at 51–53 West St., ending only one chapter of an ongoing conflict about the role of public and publicly viewable art in our Historic District. In June 2015, after 51–53 West St. was cited by the city for peeling paint, its property owners decided to paint the building with a mural and secured the necessary permits for equipment and sidewalk access prior to having their building painted. (Capital)

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