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The rent increase cap has ended in Montgomery County

Plus: Montgomery County first responders awarded for saving lives

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The rent increase cap has ended in Montgomery County

A cap on rent increases Montgomery County put in place during the pandemic expired on Sunday.
Landlords in Montgomery County now have to give tenants 90 days of notice before a rent increase, and they can only bump up the rent once a year, according to the county’s Department of Housing and Community Affairs. [DCIST]

Montgomery County first responders awarded for saving lives

The Montgomery County Fire Department recently handed out special awards to members who showed true bravery and commitment. [ABC7]

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