Comments for: Rockland settles lawsuit over downtown sewer project

Posted Nov. 15, 2012, at 7:38 p.m.

ROCKLAND | The city has agreed to settle a lawsuit by paying an additional $90,000 to a company that completed a major sewer upgrade in downtown Rockland earlier this year. The settlement was reached through a mediation process that concluded two weeks ago, Rockland City Attorney Kevin Beal said …

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  • joetaxpayer

    No problem. Rockland taxpayers are good for it. We buy $90,000 sewer cameras, drop $21,000 for Community Development Director Audrey Lovering to go away without explanation. We hand blank checks to department heads at budget times. What’s another 90K? Peanuts. We discourage business expansion such as Walmart and Walgreen. Plenty of money for public servant raises while the private sector gets almost none (if any). No problem…. just up our taxes. We’re good for it.

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