Troubled Heritage Park Inn owes thousands; families could be left in dark (FL)

A last-minute anonymous donation saved 70-80 families who live at the troubled Heritage Park Inn in Kissimmee from being left in the dark.  The Kissimmee Utilities Authority had threatened to shut off the power at the troubled Heritage Park Inn, saying it was owed more than $20,000. Even with the donation, the hotel still owes KUA $12,000, officials said.     Read the article………….


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