Taloga residents continue seeking relief for home damages; lawsuit appears to be upcoming

An ongoing battle for Taloga residents whose homes were damaged when the old courthouse was torn down continued last week during the regular Dewey County Commissioners meeting.

The insurance company failed to settle with the residents were back to talk to the commissioners after not getting any satisfaction out of the insurance company.

“We were told to get new estimates and submit the estimates to you,” David Rose told the commissioners.

District #1 Commissioner Dillon Berry however responded that the commissioners could not make a decision on the matter because it was up to the insurance company.

“The engineer talks out of both sides of his mouth. He crawled under our house and came out and told me our home was well built,” Rose said, “But when we got the report, it says our home was poorly built. If he had a mouth in the back of his head, he would be talking out of it also.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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