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February 19. 2013 1:30PM

Belmont sued over bank building buy

http://www.laconiadailysun.com/index.php/newsx/local-news/65828-belmont-responds-to-lawsuit-from-former-owners-of-northway-bank
The McDonoughs, who sold the building to the town for less than $250,000 — the exact price has never been publicly disclosed — in late 2012 filed suit against the town saying that the ongoing discussions about the downtown revitalization program and the discussion about discontinuing a portion of Mill Street cost them rental income as well as devalued their property.

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