Municipal – Zoning – Auto Salvage Business – Alleged Oral Contracts – Due Process – County Code Violations — Environmental – Adjacent Superfund SiteHuggins, t/a SADISCO of Md. v. Prince George’s County, Md. A property owner who operated a salvage automobile wholesaling business on a parcel adjacent to Andrews Air Force Base’s CERCLA Superfund site, and whose business was cited for numerous county code violations, loses an appeal of the dismissal of its due process and state law claims against Prince George’s County, Md., for shutting down the salvage business pursuant to a consent order; the 4th Circuit says the owner failed to prove oral contracts under Maryland law.
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Published: July 11, 2012
Time posted: 3:29 pm
Tags: Adjacent Superfund Site, Alleged Oral Contracts, Auto Salvage Business, County Code Violations, Due Process, Environmental, Municipal, Zoning