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DEFENDANT FIRES BACK: Engineering firm named in water plant lawsuit alleges Commission being ‘mislead’; City Attorney responds

By JACOB LOPEZ Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com Harlingen-based Cruz-Hogan Consultants, one of several firms named as a defendant in a lawsuit claiming deficiencies associated with a $17 million water treatment plant it was contracted to design, has alleged in a statement that the San Benito City Commission is being “mislead” by City Manager Manuel Lara and City …

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UPDATE: Deceptive trade practices, fraud alleged in City lawsuit against water plant’s engineers, manufacturers

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com Fraud, negligence, breach of contract and violations of the Deceptive Trade Practices Act are among the allegations cited in a 13-page lawsuit that the City of San Benito filed against the engineers and manufactures involved in the design and construction of a problematic water treatment facility. The civil suit …

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BREAKING: San Benito files lawsuit against water plant’s engineers, manufacturers for ‘deficiencies’

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com The City of San Benito has filed a lawsuit against the engineers and companies involved in the construction of a $17 million water plant that has been rendered inoperable. Defendants named in the lawsuit are Evoqua Water Technologies, LLC; U.S. Filter Wastewater Group Inc.; Siemens Corporation; CSA Construction, Inc.; …

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