False fire calls cost resort significant money (MD)

In March, a hotel and a condo were fined a total of $300. In April, a condo was fined $200, and in May a different condo was fined $200. In June, a condo was fined $100. In July, a condo was fined $200. In August one hotel and one condo accrued a total of $700 in fines. The final report of the year was delivered in November, which accounts for the preceding months as well, when four condos were fined a total of $700 and two hotels were fined $900.    Read the article………….


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