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But this summer's threat to take away homes in the Remington Forest subdivision has a face and a name: Michael Fitzmaurice, the subdivision's developer and president of the Remington Forest Homeowners Association....Approximately two dozen Remington Forest homeowners gathered to share their concerns over the growing number of liens Fitzmaurice has threatened to file against them or their neighbors. "He's also threatening everybody," homeowner Debbie Sloan said. "I mean I can't tell you how many people I've talked to that have already gotten a notice that have already paid their dues but they're getting notices they haven't paid their dues."
"We lost everything in the fire, so he thinks we have no records, we can't trace it, so he can come back and say hey you didn't pay back in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006," homeowner Shannon Montealvo said. "He thinks we can't show the records to prove we did pay."
Public records show that in 1992, Fitzmaurice pleaded guilty to numerous counts of felony grand theft in Florida. He was sentenced to three and a half years in prison.
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