Danville complex could face demolitionView More: No tags are associated with this article By: Denice Thibodeau , Charles Wilborn | WSLS Published: February 16, 2012 After more than three years of turmoil, the once upscale Cabin Lake condominium complex may soon face demolition.
Judge Dismisses Southern Walk Suit Against OpenBandPosted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 4:55 pm | Updated: 5:01 pm, Thu Feb 16, 2012. A federal judge has granted the motion to dismiss the lawsuit brought by the Southern Walk at Broadlands HOA against telecommunications provider OpenBand, and has denied a motion by the community to file another amended complaint.
IN RE GORDON PROPERTIES, LLC – February 8, 2012.ROBERT G. MAYER, Bankruptcy Judge. This case is before the court on the motion of First Owners’ Association of Forty Six Hundred Condominium, Inc., a condominium unit owner’s association, to substantively consolidate two chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, Gordon Properties, LLC, and Condominium Services, Inc. The debtors oppose the motion.
Construction of The Exchange at Potomac Yard to Begin SoonMore apartment units expected to sprout up in the second quarter of 2012. MRP Realty and The JBG Companies announced Monday that it will start construction of more than 300 residences in Potomac Yard in the second quarter of 2012, according to a report from UrbanTurf.com.
Alexandria waterfront residents present lawsuitSome Alexandria waterfront residents are taking legal action against the city’s new re-zoning of that area. The citizens announced their lawsuit Tuesday evening outside Alexandria Circuit Court. Three residents are suing the city, claiming Alexandria leaders did not follow the right process when voting two weeks ago to approve a new waterfront plan.
IN RE 1801 ROBERT FULTON DRIVE, LLC – February 2, 2012.Whether or not the Declarant can withdraw the land (Parcel 3-A) is not genuinely in dispute. What is in dispute is whether the Declarant can withdraw the land in the way that it seeks to do so, by re-allocating the previously allocated parking spaces and granting the Association a permanent easement to use its parking spaces on the newly created Lot 3-A.
MercerTrigiani – 2012 Virginia Legislative News and InformationMercerTrigiani provides legislative counsel to the Virginia Legislative Action Committee of Community Associations Institute (“VALAC”). MercerTrigiani is registered to lobby on behalf of VALAC and has a long history of devoting time and resources to the improvement of the laws affecting common interest community associations in Virginia.
Hampton’s H2O developer pays $1.5 million to cityNOTE: Comments area is for meaningful discussion. Readers are reminded to post comments that are germane to the article and write in a common language that steers clear of personal attacks and/or vulgarities. Readers may report comments by clicking report abuse. Once a comment has been flagged, a Daily Press staffer will investigate.
Homeowners associations to build final piece of Route 15 projectThe final piece of construction for the multimillion-dollar Route 15 project in Prince William County won’t be contracted out by county officials. Instead, two private homeowners associations will receive taxpayer funding to build sound walls to help diminish highway noise in their communities.
OpenBand files suit against Loudoun County Board of SupervisorsIn the latest development in the lengthy saga involving Loudoun County and OpenBand, the cable and broadband provider filed a complaint against the Board of Supervisors on Dec. 2 – a retort to the board’s Nov. 2 vote to deny the renewal of a franchise agreement with the Dulles-based firm.