Euclid water customers sue Cleveland Water Department for massive overbilling

An estimated 200 homeowners have filed a massive lawsuit alleging the Cleveland Division of Water over billed them for decades to the tune of $4 million in overcharges and interest.  The Georgetown of the Highlands Condominium Association in Euclid said homeowners were being billed at a higher consumption rate similar to large industrial and commercial users instead of much lower residential rates.    Read the article………..


Related Articles

Accused homeowner association embezzler placed on probation (PA)

A family allegedly at the center of a scheme to embezzle money from a Richland Township homeowner association have paid back the money – some of it anyway.

HOA bans homeowners renting to sex offenders, but is it legal? (TX)

A Fort Bend County neighborhood’s homeowners association has put a ban on any homeowner renting to a registered sex offender

A small condominium community in Monterey is gobsmacked by their new water bills (CA)

When California American Water changed its rate structure in March, residential water bills for most customers shot up by more