Condo owners’ assessments for Palm Beach utility project could fall (FL)

Condominiums and homes in multifamily buildings would fare better than single-family homes in a revised method for determining how much property owners would pay for townwide undergrounding of utilities.  The revised assessments were presented to the Town Council last week by Habib Isaac, senior manager with consultant Raftelis Financial Consultants, who contrasted the new figures with those he developed for the town in 2015    Read the article………….


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