Hearing on Coventry sewer-fee case se...

Hearing on Coventry sewer-fee case set for Thursday

There are 2 comments on the The Providence Journal story from Dec 12, 2011, titled Hearing on Coventry sewer-fee case set for Thursday. In it, The Providence Journal reports that:

Lawyers for the Town of Coventry said Monday that a hearing on their motion to dismiss developer Nicholas E. Cambio's lawsuit regarding unpaid sewer assessments has been set for Thursday.

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Trish Bennett

Warwick, RI

#1 Dec 15, 2011
Good news, Nick Cambio is being allowed to tap into Coventrys Sewer line with the McDonald's he wants to build just over the border in East Greenwich. And the crazy thing is even though he owes close to $700,000nin sewer fees and is stiffing all the apartment and Condo owners in the Centre of New England, THEY ARE GOING TO LET HIM. WOW!!!
Dan Hanson

East Greenwich, RI

#2 Jan 14, 2012
I live in the area mentioned and would like to know the source of your information and and other similar news.

Dan

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