Several plaintiffs sue contractors over shoddy or unfinished work, and two contractors claim to be owed $2.5 million for unpaid work.
In response to Arvada and Jefferson County’s lawsuit, Broomfield casts further doubt on the long-delayed highway’s future.
“It feels like I’ve never worked a day at the store because it’s such passion and labor of love,” said the owner, a retired Jefferson County deputy sheriff.
The $250 million Jefferson Parkway would connect Broomfield to Golden, but Broomfield backed out due to concerns over plutonium.
A homeowners association is accused of owing $2.1 million for roofing and siding work, and a landlord claims a retail tenant negotiated a lease buyout but failed to pay.
Landlords sue for rent owed, equipment providers want leases paid and contractors seek mechanic’s lien foreclosures.
A contractor is accused of stealing a tanker truck of water, a real estate firm claims commission is owed for a $2.5 million sale, and homeowners fight over tennis courts.
A plaintiff says he is owed $16.8 million he loaned to a hemp oil company, several contractors claim they were not paid for work they did, and landlords sue for rent owed.