Convicted Felon on Condo Board? (FL)

Sometimes living in a condo or homeowner’s association can be a nightmare, but how about this one: a condo president, who has a criminal record, has two residents trying to get a restraining order to keep him away from them. Why? Here is tonight’s Help Me Howard with Patrick Fraser.  Rose and her husband moved to Leisureville in Pompano to retire in peace and quiet… they are not getting either.    Read the article…………..


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