A three-judge panel of the Missouri Court of Appeals affirmed a 2017 lower court ruling that the city knowingly violated a 30-year-old agreement to pay for trash collection at apartment buildings with seven or more units. The appellate panel upheld $10.2 million in damages to a group of several hundred apartment and condo residents, managers and owners.
A three-judge panel of the Missouri Court of Appeals affirmed a 2017 lower court ruling that the city knowingly violated a 30-year-old agreement to pay for trash collection at apartment buildings with seven or more units. The appellate panel upheld $10.2 million in damages to a group of several hundred apartment and condo residents, managers and owners. The Star File
A three-judge panel of the Missouri Court of Appeals affirmed a 2017 lower court ruling that the city knowingly violated a 30-year-old agreement to pay for trash collection at apartment buildings with seven or more units. The appellate panel upheld $10.2 million in damages to a group of several hundred apartment and condo residents, managers and owners. The Star File

KC again loses $10M case over apartment trash collection, with ‘unpersuasive’ argument

November 07, 2018 10:53 AM