DDA will take legal action

October 4, 2010 by WLKM 

The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority is taking legal action to recover costs associated with roofline lights that have proven to be inoperable.

DDA members on Friday decided to pursue the matter with Lightastic, the company that sold the Christmas-style lights to the DDA. The lights were found to be not meant for permanent display, and improper wiring was used. The DDA has incurred a cost for an electrician to rectify the problems and attorney Mike O’Connor was directed to pursue the cost plus legal fees from Lightastic.

The $20,000 lights were purchased by what was then known as First National Bank.


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