….Both utility companies are well aware that it may be impossible to contact many of Lynnhill’s former residents. Perhaps this explains why investigators have noted a consistent pattern of the failure of both Pepco and Washington Gas to provide 14-day pre-shutoff notice to consumers. They know it takes almost a year for the state AG to investigate complaints.
Lynhnill Condominium continues to struggle with severe financial problems, with few remaining residents living in the poorly maintained community. Most recently, Lynhill was cited for multiple violations of fire safety codes.
Will the AG ever investigate Lynhill Condo Association for possible financial mismanagement?
After all, tenants claim they had been paying rent that was supposed to cover the cost of utilities. It was up to condo unit owners to pay the association dues on time, and a responsibility of the association to collect assessments.
Either the association collected assessments, but did not pay utility bills, or the association failed to collect assessments, because a large number of unit owners could not or would not pay the association…
more at https://independentamericancommunities.com/2017/09/14/former-lynnhill-residents-awarded-100k-from-utility-companies-for-abrupt-shutoff/