Leominster (MA) condo owners stuck with big debt as ex-association president, son charged in theft

Last summer, Joe Butkiewicz was doing what he had been doing monthly since he and his wife, Kim, bought a condo at Pickwick Manor in 2007: paying their monthly condominium fees on time.  But this time, condominium manager Judith Remy told Joe Butkiewicz that she would need a $1,000 assessment from each owner because there were insufficient funds to pay National Grid for utilities.   Read the article…………


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