ATTENTION: Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we will be postponing and rescheduling our March and April events and educational offerings. We will make announcements and send notice of cancellations as needed. The safety and well-being of our staff and our members is important to us. Stay safe! If you have any questions don't hesitate to call 410.825.6868

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The members of the multi-housing industry have a tradition of giving back to the community. MMHA is now highlighting some of those acts of kindness. If someone at your office, or your company goes above and beyond please send our Marketing & Events Assistant your story along with photos at gmedoro@mmhaonline.org 

On May 27, Howard County Council Members passed an amended version of Howard County Executive Calvin Ball’s proposed FY21 Capital and...

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On Tuesday, May 26th Anne Arundel County Council Bill 38-20 was not approved by the County Council. The emergency bill failed 4-3. The bill would...

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Robert R. Neall, the Maryland Secretary of Health, recently issued an order regarding the operation of swimming pools in light of Covid-19. You can...

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On May 22nd, Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals Mary Ellen Barbera filed an administrative order on courts re-opening. You can read the...

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Howard County Council Bill 33-20, the Rental Protection and Stability Act, passed unanimously today, May 22. The bill had its public hearing Monday...

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The Small Business Administration (SBA), in consultation with the Department of the Treasury, intends to provide timely additional guidance to...

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On May 18th, 2020 MMHA hosted its 3rd Virtual Town Hall focused on the following topics: Rent Collection Rent Court Re-opening of Communities

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On May 11th, the Baltimore City Council passed the Renter Relief Act, Council Bill 20-0526. Read a final version of the bill here. A summary of the...

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On April 16th, 2020 MMHA held a COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall to focus on the following topics: Rent Collection, payment plans,...

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On a Thursday afternoon during the Covid-19 crisis, MMHA received information from a member about a County Inspector stopping by a property stating...

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Read the document here *Owner/managers please consult with your in-house counsel or employment attorneys before making any decisions.

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View the recording of MMHA's town hall here Download the Presentation PowerPoint

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