ALABAMA – Saying she won’t be bullied, Shelia Smoot vows fight over attempts to foreclose on her condo unit
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Shelia Smoot, a former Jefferson County Commissioner who wants her job back, said the scheduled foreclosure sale of her condominium unit will be met with resistance. According to a notice published last week, the unit will be sold by the Regency Terrace Condominium Homeowners’ Association, Inc. on July 24. Smoot said her lawyers are currently reviewing the foreclosure sale of her unit at 1120 Beacon Parkway East.
“This foreclosure was not from the (property) owners; this was from the association,” Smoot said. “They have a right to do that. I’m going to fight back and they’re not going to bully me because I’m in an election.” Smoot is in a July 15 runoff with incumbent Sandra Little Brown in the Jefferson County Commission District 2 race. Smoot has said the foreclosure was “politically motivated” and contends that she was never given her say in the dispute. Read more: