Condo Residents' Water Not Shut Off - County By County News Story - WFTV Orlando: "KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- The water was still flowing Monday afternoon for nearly 200 families in a Kissimmee condo complex. Toho Water Authority put up a giant lighted sign in the Cascades condo complex last week, warning residents their water would be turned off at noon on Monday because of a $50,000 unpaid water bill.
However, a last minute compromise is keeping the water on. It's good news for the residents of the condo complex.
Many residents were making arraignments to move or find a temporary place to live. It took a $10,000 check to bring them peace of mind.
The Toho Water Authority threatened to turn the water off, because the condo association hasn't paid the water bill in seven months. The water bill had climbed to $48,000. The condo association hired a lawyer over the weekend, who was able to make a deal with Toho Water Authority, and they set up a payment plan."
That's good for the residents, but they need to do something about being dependent on the association for access to water.