I have a condo account that I've done for four years. 50+ condos. Due to some problems with some legal stuff with the condo owners association there was some wording that allowed some of the condo owners to withdraw from the association. Three out of 50 have decided that they don't want to pay dues. Those three asked me if I would continue to mow their lawns and I would bill them separately. The president of the condo assoc. would not like me to do this since he feels that they should be paying just like everyone else. I feel the same now that I know the situation. They are getting discounted cable rates. They get to have their streets plowed etc. I don't want to chance losing the whole account for these three people. I mowed them once and now have to tell them tactfully that I can't mow them anymore. I know that once I tell them this, WWIII will start between them and the association. Any creative ways to do this and keep me out of the politics?