DURHAM: City threatens to cut off water to apartment complex - WNCN: News, Weather: The president of the homeowners group, Greg Jones, said he learned of the possible disconnection from the city via email. From there, he said, he spoke with the tenants association, which prompted the letter left on doors.
Jones said Bentwood Park started getting behind on payments in December because some of the units' 90 different owners began falling behind in paying their dues, in particular one who owns multiple units.
"I have two small kids in here that go to school every day, and we need water to bathe and to drink," said renter Latoyia Edwards. "They need to find the man that created this problem and make him pay for it, or somebody just has to deal with it."
Conflicts of interest abound when the HOA becomes a super landlord but doesn't pay the water bill.