Lowell City Council OKs bill in tainted condo case (MA)

Lowell will pay more than $350,000 as a result of a court judgment last June on a lawsuit by residents of the Grand Manor condominium complex.  Residents sued the city seeking damages because the Centralville complex was built on a former dump. A Lowell Superior Court jury ruled that homeowners missed a three-year statute of limitations but awarded the condominium association costs related to cleaning the property up to that point.   Read the article……..


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