Judge tosses key claims in Centennial suit (CO)

The Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority, the city of Aspen and Pitkin County are not responsible for hundreds of thousands of dollars in repairs needed to fix problems at the Centennial affordable-housing complex that include water infiltration and mold, a judge ruled Monday.  The long-awaited, highly technical ruling is a major victory for APCHA after it and the upper valley governments were sued for negligence by the Centennial homeowners association in 2015. The HOA members cited long-standing problems stemming from rotted infrastructure, mold and other water-related damage that will take anywhere from $3.5 million to $10 million to fix, the lawsuit said.     Read the article…………..


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