Condo owners fight back against former sober home operator

A ragtag alliance of West Palm Beach condo owners is suing a former sober home operator who they say overtook their association, hired bully security guards, and is forcing them out with monthly fees that rival high-end gated communities.The March lawsuit raises the claims against the Green Terrace Condominium Association and Ken Bailynson, who owns 36 of the community’s 84 units, is a member of the governing board, and founded Good Decisions Sober Living.  Rest of story available only if you have a subscription


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