Columbia board might delay controversial homeowners legislation

The Columbia Association board might delay a request for legislation that would reclassify CA under state law, fearing that the proposal is too controversial to push through so quickly.  The legislation would reclassify CA from a homeowners association, governed by the Maryland Homeowners Association Act, to a nonprofit community service corporation. Read More……


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