Connecticut Attorney General Urges CRRA to Settle Lawsuit

Date: November 30, 2006

Source: News Room

The Connecticut state attorney general is urging the regional trash authority, the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, to use a mediator and resume talks to settle a multimillion-dollar lawsuit by 70 communities. The communities claim CRRA wrongly raised tipping fees 35 percent and withheld millions in surplus funds since losing $220 million in a 2001 unsecured loan to Enron.

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