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Portland, ME: (Nov-18-07) Scotia Prince, the owners of the former Portland to Nova Scotia ferry service, brought charges against the city of Portland, alleging that mold allegedly forced the company out of the International Marine Terminal in 2004. As part of a settlement reached, sources confirmed that the Portland City Council will vote to pay $1.2 million to the ship's former owners to resolve allegations. The figure, including legal fees, is said to touch the $3.6 million mark. In view of the facts, city manager Joe Gray said it could have cost a lot more to settle the suit. City officials stated that they are looking for ways to make up the money that it has had to pay out to resolve the lawsuit. [WMTW NEWS: FERRY MOLD]

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Published on Nov-19-07


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