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AOBA members are invited to meet with the new Department of Housing and Community Affairs (DHCA) Acting director on January 30 at 10:00am. The...

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The interest rate payable on residential security deposits in Maryland will increase to 2.6 percent for amounts accruing during calendar year 2019....

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AOBA organized a “Meet and Greet” with the incoming Montgomery County council freshmen and At Large winners of the Democratic primary on...

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The Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee pulled the proposed recordation tax increase bill, Bill 10-17 Recordation Tax - Rates –...

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New Maryland state legislation became effective Oct. 1 that will phase-in changes for witnessing of elevator safety tests. HB 1107 , enacted at the...

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The WSSC Commissioners voted to adopt a new rate structure that beginning July 1, 2019 will dramatically change the way that customers are billed...

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The County’s effort to modernize and update its 50-year old zoning law and subdivision regulations stumbled out of the starting gate, as...

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Members Are Invited to: MONTGOMERY COUNTY EXECUTIVE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FORUM & ECONOMIC INDICATORS PRESENTATION Friday, April 27, 2018 | 8:00...

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After 90 days and 3,100 bills, the Maryland General Assembly ended a successful 2018 legislative session for AOBA members. Much of AOBA’s...

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A work group of the Maryland State Fire Prevention Commission has been meeting monthly since February to review the adequacy of the State Fire Code...

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The Maryland General Assembly has limited time remaining in its 2018 session, and AOBA has been successful in defeating several pieces of...

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Many AOBA members with residential rental properties in Prince George’s County learned over the past month that a large number of failure to...

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