Water to stay on: City grants reprieve for 84-unit apartment (condo) complex (FL)

Residents of Green Terrace condominiums in West Palm Beach — bracing for their water to be shut off Thursday — got another reprieve when city officials reluctantly decided to give the homeowner’s association until Tuesday to pay its $30,000 delinquent water bill.  The city posted notices on residents’ doors that it intended to shut off the water on Thursday if the bill was not paid. However, the city balked after a judge declined to hold a hearing Thursday morning about whether the homeowner’s association had enough money to pay its bill.     Read the article………….


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