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TAMPA — The financial difficulties continue to mount for Tampa City Council member Joseph Caetano.

His investment condo in Highwoods Preserve is scheduled to be sold at the courthouse this month after a final foreclosure judgment.

He hasn't paid property taxes on his $450,000 Tampa Palms home since 2007, with the delinquent bill now totaling $22,486.

And he hasn't complied with an 18-month-old court order to pay $4,688 to a company that cared for his ailing wife for three months in 2007. That matter was turned over to a collection agency on May 26.

Meanwhile, Caetano opened a hair salon five weeks ago in Pasco County to replace the one in New Tampa that went bankrupt last year. Caetano operated the Bostonian Hair Studio for more than 20 years. The adjacent Publix recently took over part of the space.

Financial woes piling up for Tampa City Council member Caetano - St. Petersburg Times


Caetano is getting paid as a council member and isn't paying his bills. Other people who rent from him in the Tampa Palm plaza have lost their business since Caetano didn't pay the rent...This man doesn't deserve to be a council member and should resign right away!
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