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<p>On behalf of the City of Annapolis, Mayor Joshua J. Cohen accepted, the city’s designation as a National Wildlife Federation (NWF) Community Wildlife Habitat. (Left to right): Sari Kiraly, Annapolis Environment Commission member; Andy Costello, Recreation and Parks Department; Marisa Wittlinger Recreation and Parks Department; Frank Biba, Department of Neighborhood and Environmental Programs (DNEP); Jeanna Beard, Department of Neighborhood and Environmental Programs (DNEP); Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen; Hilary Falk, NWF Regional Executive Director; Maria Broadbent, Director, Department of Neighborhood and Environmental Programs; and Brian Woodward,Director, Recreation and Parks Department.<br /></p>

On behalf of the City of Annapolis, Mayor Joshua J. Cohen accepted, the city’s designation as a National Wildlife Federation (NWF) Community Wildlife Habitat. (Left to right): Sari Kiraly, Annapolis Environment Commission member; Andy Costello, Recreation and Parks Department; Marisa Wittlinger Recreation and Parks Department; Frank Biba, Department of Neighborhood and Environmental Programs (DNEP); Jeanna Beard, Department of Neighborhood and Environmental Programs (DNEP); Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen; Hilary Falk, NWF Regional Executive Director; Maria Broadbent, Director, Department of Neighborhood and Environmental Programs; and Brian Woodward,Director, Recreation and Parks Department.

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Annapolis receives national recognition at wildlife ceremony

Leading a nationwide trend in community concern for habitat loss, Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen accepted, on behalf of the City, the designation as a National Wildlife Federation (NWF) Community Wildlife Habitat.