Lawsuits, outstanding bills, and no power in Prince George’s Co. (MD)

There are 216 units at Lynnhill Condominiums in Temple Hills, Maryland. On Tuesday, they were dark and mostly empty.  As some residents carted their things to u-hauls, one told WUSA9, “It’s just sad that you pay your rent and this is the result that you get.”  Shortly after 12:00 p.m., PEPCO turned off services to Lynnhill Condominiums, and Washington Gas says they did the same.     Read the article…………..


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