McGlinchey in the News
D.C. homeless provider at center of lawsuits over taxes, building’s structural integrityRead Time: 1 min
Member Bob Driscoll (Washington) was quoted in a recent Washington Post article about property and tax disputes involving So Others Might Eat, which provides homeless services in the DC area.
In a statement, Robert Neil Driscoll, an attorney who represents the affiliates that filed the suit, said the organization sued to preserve its right to appeal the denial of tax exempt status.
“Given that there is no dispute as to the good work SOME does at the Conway Center, we presume there’s a solution short of litigation that will allow the District to appropriately recognize the tax exempt status of the property, but we had to file when we did to protect SOME,” Driscoll wrote in an email.
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