Delay rebuilding fire-ravaged condos sparks legal battle (VT)

The early morning fire in building number three at Mountainside condos at Sugarbush three years ago is considered one of the largest fires of its kind in the state. “So we just said evacuate and started pounding on doors and got everybody out of the building,” condo owner Marie Freeman said in February 2014.  The cause– a fireplace malfunction. While there were no injuries and buildings number one and two were untouched, 36 units were destroyed.  Now, three years later, an empty lot remains where the condos stood and there are still no immediate plans to rebuild.   Read the article……………


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