The costs for the restoration

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The costs for the restoration

Postby smilerbaker » 16 Oct 2015, 08:20

Did the council ever reclaim the restoration costs from mtcrc as they promised? any ideas how much they ended up paying from the site in the end?

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Re: The costs for the restoration

Postby smilerbaker » 19 Oct 2015, 07:54

anyone?? really can't allow godden et al to get away with all the crap they did
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Re: The costs for the restoration

Postby Jim Douglas Jr. » 29 Oct 2015, 19:51

Um, I don't think it's likely as cut and dried as all that. Multiple contractors, etc.
I think a final cost probably has yet to be determined. Some of this should be public record.
You should be able to do a little investigating and find out. All public expenditures should be reasonably easy to find. Contact or visit the council.
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Re: The costs for the restoration

Postby Jim Douglas Jr. » 03 Mar 2016, 22:08

Again, the council is likely the best source for this information and would have to provide it if requested.
They're not likely to visit here and see your question.
Once upon a time they monitored what was going on here, but I'm sure those days are over.
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