FLORIDA – Jupiter top cop settles lawsuit over $1,600 in unpaid HOA fees

PalmBeachPost.com:  Jupiter top cop settles lawsuit over $1,600 in unpaid HOA fees
By Bill DiPaolo
August 18, 2017

Jupiter – A lawsuit filed against Jupiter Police Chief Frank Kitzerow, who owed about $1,600 in homeowner association fees, has been settled, according to Palm Beach County Court records.

The homeowner’s association lawsuit against Kitzerow also asked for attorney, accrued interest and other fees. That brings the total Kitzerow was told to pay to about $2,300, according to the lawsuit filed April 19.

“(Kitzerow) is making payments to the homeowner’s association,” said Scott Stoloff, the attorney representing the homeowner’s association.

Kitzerow, who has been police chief in Jupiter since 2005, did not respond to a request for comment.

He supervises a department of about 116 sworn officers and is paid about $147,000 annually. The annual Jupiter police budget is about $20 million.

Kitzerow acknowledged he is behind on the assessments when asked about the lawsuit last May. He said he was working with homeowner’s association officials. The monthly assessment is about $516 a month.

“I’m confident we can reach an agreement on how I will make the payments,” Kitzerow told The Palm Beach Post.  Read more:

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