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-- Daytona Beach
January 28, 2008
Fla. -- More problems are
plaguing a downtown Orlando condominium and the city is
getting involved to help.
Eyewitness News learned the
Metropolitan at Lake Eola is almost $40,000 past due on its
utility bills. The Metropolitan's manager said the
homeowners association is $120,000 in debt.
The reason, he said, is that
38-percent of the condo owners are either not paying their
HOA fees or they're not paying enough.
Manager Says 38-Percent Of Owners Not Paying HOA Fees
"The core people that care are paying for those
that don't and it's not fair," said Ian Stewart, a condo owner.
it probably won't cut the power, but there's a chance it will shut
off the air conditioning to the building. The Mayor's office said
city staff is exploring some options like tax breaks to help the