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Montgomery County’s Department of Permiting Services (DPS) has scheduled a Dec. 18 open house for stakeholders to learn more about the ...

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The Prince George’s County Council held the final meeting of its 2017 legislative year on November 14. Final action was taken on several...

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The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is providing the FY18 Commercial & Industrial Grant Program to support improving the energy efficiency...

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Maryland State Fire Marshal Brian Geraci is proposing revisions to the State Fire Code that would require owners of multifamily residential...

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Four bills of importance to AOBA members were filed recently with the Prince George’s County Council. It is likely that AOBA will take...

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NOW AVAILABLE - Form for New Posting Requirement for Housing Providers. As of June 10, all housing providers must display in the lobby, vestibule,...

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As of June 10, all housing providers must display in the lobby, vestibule, rental office, or other prominent public place on the premises, a sign in...

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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has vetoed legislation that would have required all Maryland employers to offer sick leave benefits to their...

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AOBA sent a letter to Montgomery County Council members strongly opposing Montgomery County Bill 10-17 Recordation Tax - Rates – Amendments,...

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After 90 days and 2,800 bills, the Maryland General Assembly ended a successful 2017 legislative session for AOBA members. Much of AOBA’s...

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AOBA has scheduled a meeting with its members and the staff of the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office for Thursday, April 20, 2017...

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With three weeks remaining in the Maryland General Assembly session, two bills harmful to AOBA members have passed the House and will be assigned to...

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