Attorney Rob Huth said he expects paperwork to be completed by the end of the week that will help the Shelby Woods North condominium owners.
“This document will give the township leverage it needs to get between the residents and the developer,” said Huth.
Several Shelby Woods North residents came to the podium and addressed the board about their concerns with the building and grievances with developer.
Residents said they recently received a $750 delinquent fee for the 2010 condo assessments; even the residents who moved in after 2010 are on the hook for the fee.
Shelby Woods resident Magdalena Leska said the fee will deplete her of her savings and ruin her credit if she can’t come up with the money.
“He (the developer) is going to destroy my life. Literally, I don’t have money. I put away money for taxes. What am I going to do,” she said as she became emotional at the podium.
“I would like to warn all condo owners out there at the flip of a dime," said Shelby Woods North condo owner Tom Delise.
At Treasurer Paul Viar’s suggestion, Supervisor Rick Stathakis said he will send inspectors out to the site to find out if there are any building violations.
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