Annapolis woman wins parking spot battle against condo association Judge orders Windgate to pay $10,000 to former resident

An Annapolis woman has been awarded $10,000 in damages after her reserved handicapped parking spot was removed from the front of her condominium. The ruling by Administrative Law Judge Nancy E. Paige last month was touted by the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights as a victory for residents who seek reasonable housing accomodations.      Read more………


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