While other apartment complexes are adding space for community gardens, the JBG Companies is killing the two-year old garden on the north side of Falkland Chase by denying residents access to water. The residents had purchased a hose to run to the garden from an outside faucet because the garden is not near any apartment entrances or other ready water sources. JBG confiscated the hose, prohibiting residents from wa... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
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Dozens of residents at Falkland Chase used to get together on weekends for cookouts, crabfests, and potlucks.
They would gather at the far end of a parking lot, next to the train tracks, talking, laughing, and playing music with their neighbors. When they were done, they would pack up, throw away all their trash, (recycle the rest:) and go home.
Sometimes these parties had a holiday-theme (like the annual Hal... view more
With nearly 200 dogs, Falkland Chase Apartments is one of the largest dog communities in Montgomery County. Dog owners pay a pet deposit plus a minimum of $300 per dog in pet fees each year.
On June 25, The JBG Companies confiscated the hose that residents had purchased and used for years to provide drinking water for dogs in the north side dog park. JBG also confiscated the "kiddie pool" that residents had purch... view more