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Andy DeVilbiss

Public Information Officer and Director of Interactive Media

MD Dept. of Housing and Community Development

HQ Phone:  (410) 514-7000

Direct Phone: (410) ***-****direct phone

Email: d***@***.org

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MD Dept. of Housing and Community Development

100 Community Pl

Crownsville, Maryland,21032

United States

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Andy DeVilbiss
410-514-7710 devilbiss@mdhousing.org


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Andy DeVilbiss
Public Information Officer, Office of Communications and Marketing 410-514-7710 devilbiss@mdhousing.org


www.herald-mail.com

The state's Minimum Livability Code already sets standards for buildings and their components to be maintained and structurally sound, said Andy DeVilbiss, a spokesman for the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development.
Violation of the current law is a misdemeanor punishable by up to three months in jail, a fine of up to $500 a day, or both. The proposal in the bill would put the onus on local governments to inspect balconies on a regular timetable, DeVilbiss said.


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Andy DeVilbiss
Public Information Officer, Office of Communications and Marketing 410-514-7710 devilbiss@mdhousing.org


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Andy DeVilbiss
410-514-7710 devilbiss@mdhousing.org


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