W.Va. HOA wins lawsuit but still has legal battle ahead

06/19/2012 | Journal (Martinsburg, W.Va.), The

The Patrick Henry Estates HOA in Charles Town, W.Va., won a four-year lawsuit against its developer, Dr. Gerald Miller, but residents still have work ahead of them. The HOA sued Miller when it discovered the developer wanted to build an apartment complex on a vacant lot that had been zoned for a single-family house. Although it was awarded $243,000 in the lawsuit, members of the board say the money will be used for community repairs and for ongoing attorney fees, as Miller has petitioned to the U.S. Supreme Court to have the case heard.

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