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SEVEN BRIDGES SUED: Pool Company Claims $20,000 Balance, Poop Removal

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“Removed Defecation From Main Pool…” ”Removed Defecation From Splash Pad.”

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DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Seven Bridges in Delray Beach is being sued, again. This time, the plaintiff is ”Pool Works,” a pool maintenance company that claims the mega-community owes more than $20,000 in bills that date back to 2017. The homeowners association was under a different management company at that time. The current management company is not named in the suit.

According to the suit, Pool Works provided ongoing service to the homeowners association which apparently never paid. Among the services: the frequent removal of defecation from the ”splash pad” and the ”main pool.”

Among the bills that Pool Works claims are unpaid, ”Sunday, December 24, 2017: removed defecation from main pool, sanitized and shocked pool.” Then on June 14, 2018: ”Removed defecation from splash pad and rebalanced.”

On December 14, 2018, there was more poop in the pool: ”Defecation in splashpad. Sanitized and rebalanced.”

Other allegedly unpaid fees include, ”extra chemicals,” “600 pounds of Trichlor to fountains,” ”entrance fountain motor replacement,” and more. The total of unpaid bills, according to the filing: $20,066.

Seven Bridges is in the midst of a federal lawsuit claiming that a previous board of directors discriminated against a homeowner for not being Jewish. That case continues despite previous board members telling BocaNewsNow.com that it would be dismissed. A federal magistrate judge has set trial for next year.

The HOA is also being sued by a former restaurant operator claiming defamation and breach of contract.

Separately, as BocaNewsNow.com previously reported, four homeowners have become convicted federal felons since moving into the community which is just six years old. Three have been sentenced for unrelated crimes. A fourth is expected to be sentenced over the summer. Read our Seven Bridges coverage here. Read the lawsuit, below.

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