Residents at Kissimmee condos may lose power

Dozens of families at a troubled Kissimmee condo-motel might be without power by the end of the week, a problem that intensifies an already heated battle between the property’s association and owners over claims of rampant mismanagement.  Jim DeBerry, the spokesman for the companies that manage several units at Heritage Park Inn in Kissimmee on behalf of owners, said the power company has issued a shut-off notice for the property.   Read the article……………


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