...was made by a letter writer in today's paper. So says she:
I checked the state's online sex offender registry for our 21401 zip code. Eighty percent of the sex offenders listed there still live in public housing in Annapolis. Why is this allowed?
I wrote to the city officials and public housing director about this a year ago. The same people, with the same addresses, are still listed.
Many young children live in public housing. Why have sex offenders live there (sic)? And why should they have the benefit of public housing?
URSULA SCHUBERT, Annapolis
Do you want to pay for this?