Saturday, March 17, 2012

Developer can't have it both ways, HOA residents argue

Esther Epstein has resided in the Beachwalk community for nearly 20 years.

She says when the area’s lake, also considered a common area, flooded in 2009, Moss told her the water was the responsibility of the Homeowners Association, which paid for the required pumping of the lake.

“There was water in my basement for over a month,” she said.

But her son, Jim Epstein, says Moss recently declared the lake is his, and that the Homeowner’s Association must pay him $56,000 to be allowed to use it.
Privatize the gains, socialize the losses. Indeed.

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