Grand Manor v. city of Lowell goes to the jury (MA)

The attorney for dozens of residents of Grand Manor condominiums, which were built on a contaminated city dump, argued his clients are entitled to millions of dollars in damages for lost value of their units.  “The city of Lowell refused to take responsibility (for the dump) and even tried to cover up its role in the damage to the property,” attorney Alan Rubenstein told a Lowell Superior Court jury during his closing arguments on Tuesday.     Read the article…………


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