Taxpayers pay to patch up school roof

11/16/2009 | Norwich Bulletin (Conn.)

Residents of Plainfield, Conn., are to pay $250,000 to replace the local high school's 3-year-old roof, which began buckling last year due to construction errors. The town will continue to seek redress from the companies that originally installed the roof and could move ahead with legal action to recoup the cost of the repairs.

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