Of the 30 units in the community, 20 are owned by investors. There are only two homesteaded properties.
By Arun Sivasankaran
January 30, 2015
North Lauderdale has cracked the whip after unsuccessfully waiting years for a condo community to pay pending water bills.
Late last year, the city shot off a letter to the property manager of The Palms that water to the community would be shut off if it did not clear its dues, totaling more than $13,500, by Jan. 15. The deadline wasn’t met, but the city succeeded in getting a written promise from the new homeowners’ association that the money would be paid within a month.