TEMPLE HILLS, Md. - Families who were forced out of their Temple Hills condo this week will now have a little more time to find another place to stay.
A Prince George’s County court is allowing the families to stay in Lynnhill Condominiums until next Friday. Unfortunately, they will still be without power.
Residents of the condo are being forced out because the property owners failed to pay more than one million dollars in utility bills. A meeting between the representatives of the condo and the utility companies is set for next Wednesday.
In the meantime, Senator Muse says he will be working with the governor to try to get the gas and power turned back on.
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