The work was finished nearly two years ago, but outstanding bills still haven't been paid to many of the subcontractors that built a new Veterans Affairs clinic in Crown Point.
Gatlin Plumbing & Heating Inc. pipefitters Greg Fields, left, and Marty Howard install new boilers at Carl J. Polk Elementary School in Lake Station. The company says it was not paid for more than $81,500 of work on the new Veterans Affairs clinic in Crown Point, which opened in 2011.
Gatlin Plumbing & Heating Inc. pipefitter Marty Howard installs new boilers at Carl J. Polk Elementary School in Lake Station. The company says it was not paid for more than $81,500 of work on the new Veterans Affairs clinic in Crown Point, which opened in 2011.
VALPARAISO | The city is about to launch a major offensive in Operation Thunderstruck, the war against stormwater flooding.
VALPARAISO | The city had hoped to start the Evans Avenue storm sewer separation project Monday, but a last-minute discovery could postpone the project to next year.
VALPARAISO | The Evans Avenue reconstruction project is short, but it's big enough that Valparaiso Deputy Engineering Director Adam McAlpine is considering holding a ribbon cutting ceremony for it.
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