Katie Roberts

Katie Roberts is contesting a homeowners association prohibition against solar-powered walkway lighting for her <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100602080000" title="Odenton" href="/topic/us/maryland/anne-arundel-county/odenton-PLGEO100100602080000.topic">Odenton</a> townhouse or a rain barrel that is more than 2 feet tall.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Amy Davis / September 2, 2009 )

Katie Roberts is contesting a homeowners association prohibition against solar-powered walkway lighting for her Odenton townhouse or a rain barrel that is more than 2 feet tall.

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