Md. court: Homeowners’ group lacks standing to challenge zoning

Umbrella organizations of homeowners’ associations generally lack standing to challenge zoning decisions because they lack individual resident members who would be harmed by the rezoning, Maryland’s second-highest court said last week in rejecting a group’s bid to oppose redevelopment in Towson. In its 3-0 decision, the Court of Special Appeals said individual homeowners’ associations themselves often ...

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