Townhouse group rejects costs of siding repairs

May 23, 2000|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

After hours of debate, townhouse owners at Chesapeake Harbour have decided to look for alternative ways to repair damaged siding on their homes.

The owners voted 23-21 Saturday in rejecting a $26,000 assessment for repairs on each of the 67 townhouses at the waterfront development just south of Annapolis, said a source familiar with the situation.

The townhouses were built by prominent Annapolis developer Jerome J. Parks between 1986 and 1992 and are part of a larger complex with 452 units spread over 40 acres. It was unclear what caused the extensive damage to the siding, sources said.

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