Snowmass Village housing complex sues painter (CO)

A Snowmass Village housing complex is suing a painter, alleging he pocketed over $17,000 without finishing a job involving the exterior of buildings.  The homeowners association of Sinclair Meadows contends Eric Sanctuary Painting of Snowmass Village, hired in October 2014, accepted $17,225, a deposit that represented half the total cost of the contract.    Read the article………….


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