Centennial owners to appeal judge’s ruling on structure, mold issues (CO)

The homeowners’ association for the Centennial affordable-housing complex plans to appeal a District Court judge’s ruling last month dismissing most of its claims against local government, according to court records.  In October, District Judge Anne Norrdin dismissed four and a half of the claims filed by the Centennial Owners’ Association against the Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority, Pitkin County and the city of Aspen, ruling that they were protected by the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act.   Read the article………………


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