Adam Snyder

Meet the Staff

by Kristen E. Humphrey, MLA, Local Assistance and Training Planner  

Adam Snyder joined the Maryland Department of Planning (Planning) in early May 2022. As Principal Counsel Adam heads up the division of the Maryland Attorney General’s Office that provides advice to Planning, the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT), and various other state entities, and represents them in litigation, as necessary. He is currently representing MHT in two lawsuits involving the administration of historic preservation easements in Baltimore City.

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It’s Time to Recognize Maryland’s Citizen Planners

MPCA Corner 

by Joseph Griffiths, AICP, Local Assistance and Training Manager

Do you know a citizen planner or entire planning board (planning commission, board of zoning appeals, historic district commission) that deserves recognition for their work in 2021 or 2022?  

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Funding Opportunity: Partners for Places Mini Grants Now Available!

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The Funders Network (TFN), in partnership with the Urban Sustainability Directors Network, has announced a new round of Partners for Places Mini Grants.  

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The Maryland Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Plan (NEVI)

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The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) announced this month that it has submitted the Maryland Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Plan (NEVI) to the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation. 

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Hogan Administration Announces $5 Million in Grants Awarded to Heritage Projects by the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority

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The Hogan administration announced that 107 matching grants totaling $5.1 million were awarded to Maryland nonprofits, local jurisdictions, and other heritage tourism organizations by the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA). Grant funds support heritage tourism projects and activities that attract visitors and expand economic development and tourism-related job creation throughout Maryland. 

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