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Watch your charge card history Kentands!

December 9, 2016 0

In two separate and recent instances, it’s possible that Kentlands residents’ credit cards were compromised during legitimate transactions in the community, resulting in subsequent fraudulent charges, with one perpetrator actually showing up at the resident’s front door. Both residents declined to [more …]

A Veteran’s Story

November 3, 2016 1

Unlike many government holidays whose dates shift according to what the most convenient Monday is to create a three day weekend, Veterans Day always falls on November 11. This is a day set aside to honor all those who served in the military, while Memorial Day is dedicated solely to those who died during the course of military duty. [more …]

New Lecture Series Premieres to Full House

October 26, 2016 0

Historical Figure Lafayette Featured Co-sponsored by the Kentlands Citizens Assembly (KCA) and the Kentlands Community Foundation (KCF), the Kentlands Lecture Series opened to a packed house with a historical lecture, Lafayette – A Hero of Two Worlds, presented by Chuck [more …]

Bathroom drywall woes prove costly for residents

September 30, 2016 0

Despite the numerous ways our homes reflect a standard of quality, the original drywall used in the bathrooms of many neighborhood homes is not waterproof and can turn homeowners into home-moaners. Some community residents have already needed to address the [more …]

Standing room only crowd attended Village forum

August 11, 2016 0

The Village at Kentlands Planning Committee hosted a community forum last month to raise community awareness about the new initiative and to seek volunteers and members who would participate in a six-month pilot starting this fall. The program, sponsored by [more …]

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