Councillors had concerns about city hall extension: $205M cost; too close to street; taxpayers paying for delays; and $3M charge
Councillors had concerns about city hall extension: $205M cost; too close to street; taxpayers paying for delays; and $3M charge
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Councillors had concerns about city hall extension: $205M cost; too close to street; taxpayers paying for delays; and $3M charge


The trial for a $28.5 million lawsuit still hanging over the city heard from three retiring Brampton councillors, who testified that a number of issues around a controversial $500 million downtown development deal raised red flags.

The $205 million price of the city hall expansion, costs that should have been paid by the builder for a 377-day delay and a building that is too close to the street were some of the issues they addressed during the trial that wrapped up last month.



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