Residents look to federal bankruptcy judge to get utilities back (MD)

Wednesday, as tearful residents working with Prince George’s County Emergency Management officials to find other places to live, a lawyer for the bankrupt condominium association was headed to federal court in Greenbelt, Maryland, to file for an injunction against the utilities to force them to restore service, according to board members gathered at the buildings trying to manage the crisis. A judge has not made any decision yet, members said.   Read the article…………..


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