QA Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance On Ballot?

Sponsors of an effort to have Queen Anne’s County voters decide whether to ease restrictions on residential development said they think they have turned in enough petition signatures to put the issue on the ballot this fall. Three members of county parent teacher associations said they brought almost 2,000 signatures to the Queen Anne’s County Board of Elections, more than twice the number needed to have residents vote on revisions to the county’s Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance. “We only need 901 signatures to be certified by the elections board in this second batch of petitions,” said Annette DiMaggio, president of the PTA at Sudlersville Elementary School.