FLORIDA – Homeowners association wins court fight, developer must pay to keep street lights on
The $18,000 was the amount Lago Villaggio paid to settle a countersuit filed by Florida Power & Light, which sought more than $40,000 in bills and late fees over five years, the statute of limitations. As part of the settlement, FPL allowed Lago Villaggio to collect that from Glen Eagle.
“We thought that they deserved to be paid because they provided power, but Glen Eagle wasn’t going to pay,” said Lago Villaggio’s attorney, Marc Huling of Roetzel & Andress. “FPL gave us the right to collect from Glen Eagle.” Read: