Condo owners want hydrant fee eliminated (MA)

About 100 local condominium owners packed a meeting Monday night to get the selectmen/water commissioners to rescind a fee for private hydrants in complexes.   The show of force at the selectmen meeting was spearheaded by Bill Greilich, chairman of the board of Atlantic Breeze II condominium association.  Atlantic Breeze II is one of several condominium associations fighting private hydrant fees. Greilich sent an email to owners in the complexes, urging them to “mobilize” and attend the meeting to plead their case.    Read the article………….


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