Condo association says it was threatened with fines over damage caused by city construction (QC)

A condo association in Montreal’s Saint-Henri neighbourhood says it is being threatened with fines if it doesn’t quickly repair damage caused to its building by city subcontractors doing sidewalk construction.  “I honestly thought it was a joke — I didn’t think that this could be happening,” condo association president Sabrina Rapone said.  The condo association received a letter stating that the cracks that had developed in the building’s foundation were a health and safety issue and the association could be on the hook for a $2,000 fine after the building’s administrator called the Southwest borough to report the cracks.     Read the article…………..


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