Questions about developer's $400K settlement offer for complaints from residents of now-collapsed…

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Published on 9 Jul 2021, 16:56
The Washington Post uncovered an offer made by the developers of the high-rise building constructed right next to the condo that collapsed in Surfside, Florida. The condo association at Champlain Tower South rejected the $400,000 offer, which the developers made because of residents' complaints about the construction. Beth Reinhard, a Washington Post reporter who was part of the team that broke this story, spoke with Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers on CBSN about the findings and how it may factor into the investigation of the collapse.

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