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December 16, 1995
A Superior Court jury Friday ordered the Long Beach Unified School District to pay $2.5 million to a construction firm for withholding payments on a maintenance yard project completed in 1991. The district had charged La Habra-based Rainey Construction Co. $350,000 in late fees for running a year behind schedule on the $3.5 million West Long Beach project. An attorney for Rainey said the contractor went out of business as a result of the fines, which he said violated the job's contract.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1995
A Superior Court jury Friday ordered the Long Beach Unified School District to pay $2.5 million to a construction firm for withholding payments on a maintenance yard project completed in 1991. The district had charged La Habra-based Rainey Construction Co. $350,000 in late fees for running a year behind schedule on the $3.5 million West Long Beach project. An attorney for Rainey said the contractor went out of business as a result of the fines, which he said violated the job's contract.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1995 | DEBRA CANO
The city will move ahead to repair a leaky roof on the library at a cost of about $500,000 before the rainy season begins. The City Council on Tuesday agreed to hire Hill International Inc. of Newport Beach to oversee the repairs to the library. City Atty. Alan R. Burns said that the city has sued the contractor and architect for roof leaks and related problems. Rainey Construction Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 5, 1996 | RUSS LOAR
The city will spend $409,000 in reserve funds to repair its problem-plagued, 5-year-old library while legal battles over its construction continue. Council members agreed Tuesday night to repair a leaky roof and windows, and replace water-damaged carpet before the start of the rainy season. But City Atty. Alan R. Burns said costs could increase if more water damage is found inside the walls once repair work begins. The city-owned library is operated by the county.
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