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Maryland Code, Education § 7-110

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(a)(1) A reasonable charge for heating, lighting, and janitorial services for use of public school facilities under §§ 7-108 and 7-109 of this subtitle may be made.

(2) Charges for commercial use of surplus school space may include rent and recovery of capital costs, in addition to those items in paragraph (1) of this subsection.

(b)(1) The person who applies for the use of school facilities shall be responsible for all damage to the property, other than ordinary wear and tear.

(2) If the person does not pay for damages to the property, the county board may refuse any other application by that person for the use of the property until the damage is repaired without expense to the county board.

(c)(1) The person who applies for the use of school facilities shall leave the facilities after their use as clean as they were before the use.

(2) If the person does not leave the facilities as clean as they were before the use, the county board may refuse to allow the person to use the facilities again.

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