Prince Geroge's Parking Dispute Reaches Temporary Agreement - NBC4 Washington

Prince Geroge's Parking Dispute Reaches Temporary Agreement

Residents will be able to park without fear of towing



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    A parking dispute in Prince George’s County has reached a temporary fix of sorts.

    Last month, News4’s Wendy Rieger reported on the Royal Plaza Development in District Heights. Residents of that community say they’d had their vehicles towed, despite being parked in their designated spots.

    It turned out the lot had been sold, without their knowledge, and the new owner did not want people parking there. That’s despite the fact that residents continued to pay nearly $600 annually to a Homeowner’s Association to maintain the lot, even after it was sold.

    A lawyer for the Homeowner's Association told News4 it had to do with the original developer not transferring all of the land to Royal Plaza when the development was built.

    For now, while the Homeowner's Association and parking lot owner continue to work out a deal, residents will be permitted to park, without the fear of being towed.