Work to continue on Griggs County Courthouse: Unpaid contractor threatening to quit, doesn’t stop construction
COOPERSTOWN — Work apparently will continue next week on a $3.5 million Griggs County Courthouse and Emergency Operations Center project, despite a threat by the general contractor to quit over a dispute with the County Commission involving pay issues and contract language.
Company crews will be “on the job,” Construction Engineers President John Eickhof said after a meeting Tuesday with the Griggs County Commission, the Griggs County Building Authority and project architects.
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