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Posted at 2:44 PM ET, 07/16/2010

HOA sues Pr. Geo's county executive

By Washington Post editors

A homeowner's association in Kettering is suing Prince George's County Executive Jack B. Johnson and his wife for allegedly failing to pay assessments to the HOA, reporter Jonathan Mummolo reports.

In court papers filed in Prince George's County District Court, the Kettering Community Association is asking for about $1,500 in late assessments and legal fees. The property, in the 10800 block of Bennington Drive, has been owned by the Johnson's and rented out for decades, the county executive said.

Johnson said the lawsuit is unfounded, that he has always paid his dues to the group and that he has chosen to fight in court rather than pay up.

Calls to the lawyer for the plaintiff, Torin K. Andrews, and to the community association, were not returned. The case is due back in court Aug. 6.

Check out the Maryland Politics blog for more details.

By Washington Post editors  | July 16, 2010; 2:44 PM ET
Categories:  Maryland  
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