Condo board boss warned of dangerous damage before collapse

President of the Florida condo building which collapsed killing at least 11 had in 2018 inspection identified that structural problems had “gotten significantly worse” and owners needed to pay a hefty price to get them fixed.

The 9 April letter from Champlain Towers South Condominium President Jean Wodnicki hinted at an ongoing debate over the repairs and apathy from some condo owners to pay for major work that would cost at least $15.5 million.

Wodnicki noted costs had increased since an October 2018 report by engineering firm Morabito Consultants first pointed out key issues with weakening concrete, and she predicted they would only grow more if delayed.

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