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Charlton loses lawsuit over town hall, owes original contractor nearly $900,000

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A state Supreme Court jury has found that the town of Charlton owes nearly $900,000 in damages to the contractor it originally hired to build its town hall for firing the company when problems developed. The six-member jury reached an $894,595 verdict in favor of Schmidt and Schmidt Construction of West Charlton late Nov. 26, following a two-week wrongful-termination trial in Ballston Spa before state Supreme Court Judge Ann Crowell. The Town Board will consider ...


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cfield
December 3, 2013
8:36 p.m.

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All though not clear of the facts. Why would the taxpayers of Charlton and not the architectual firm of Vosburgh be liable. Town of Charlton clearly must pursue damages from Vosburgh!!

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