Residents allowed to stay for a week after power cut off (MD)

Prince George’s County has been temporarily ordered to stop its efforts to condemn the financially troubled Lynnhill Condominium Complex in Temple Hills and allow residents unrestricted access to the buildings for at least another week.  However, the buildings will remain dark and without heat, because utility service was not ordered immediately restored by Judge Leo Edward Green Jr.       Read the article………………..


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