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Transparency grading process

Annapolis is the capital city of Maryland.

Website evaluation

Main article: Evaluation of Maryland city websites

This website was most recently evaluated Aug. 14, 2012.

The good

  • Budgets are posted.[1]
  • Annual financial audits are posted.[2]
  • Zoning information is available [3] and online building permits are posted. [4]
  • Administrative[5] and elected officials are listed with contact information.[6]
  • Council meeting agendas and minutes are posted.[7]
  • Form for requesting public records is provided.[8]
  • Contract bid notices are posted and current contracts are online.[9]

The bad

  • City tax information is not posted.
  • Does not provide information on lobbying

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