Court ruling says KC must pay $10 million for trash rebates (MO)

In a scathing decision, a Platte County judge ruled Tuesday that Kansas City must pay $10 million in damages for violating a prior court order involving payments for trash services.  “The court finds that the city knowingly, intentionally and deliberately chose to not to comply with the modified judgment by eliminating the trash rebate program,” Circuit Judge James Van Amburg wrote in his ruling.  He found the city will owe members of the class-action lawsuit $10.2 million for actual and special damages, plus attorneys fees. He also said the city must pay $2,846 per day until it complies with its trash collection obligations.     Read the article………….


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