Orange (Cty, FL) puts up $190,000 to help ailing Tymber Skan condos

The beleaguered Tymber Skan condominium complex is getting a much-needed cash infusion to address nagging public-safety issues.  Orange County commissioners on Tuesday approved an expenditure of $190,000 to go toward paving, boarding up vacant units, installing water-shutoff valves and legal costs associated with foreclosures and evictions at the complex in Holden Heights.   Read more……..


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