Thursday, June 9, 2011

Town aims to recoup $17G spent after fire

By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
Register Correspondent
SEYMOUR — The town has filed a claim against a contractor seeking to recoup more than $17,000 it has spent since the Housatonic Wire Co. factory burned to the ground in September.
“We have filed a claim against Montpelier US, the insurance carrier for Jerry Grozik and Steve Grozik who were doing the work in the building when the fire started,” said Town Counsel Colleen Fries.
“We have made a claim for $2,976.28 for the fence that was erected around the property after the fire, for safety reasons, $10,000 paid to CT Dismantling Company for the initial emergency demolition which was needed for adequate and safe fire suppression purposes, $3,890.44 for police services incurred for the two days after the fire when the road was closed.”

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