Burlington reaches settlement agreement over condo lawsuit

The city has reached a settlement agreement with a condo corporation that’s suing the municipality over structural problems in its building.  The deal comes as an engineering report filed for another lawsuit involving the New Street building calls it a “time bomb” that should be vacated.  Inadequate concrete floor slabs and a suspect roof threaten 2411 New St.’s structural integrity — a problem an engineering firm once estimated could cost millions to remedy.   Read the article…………..


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