SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB/WSHM) – The Boston Trial Court received a little more time to make things right after employees of the Roderick Ireland Courthouse said that they failed to properly deep clean the building per their settlement agreement.
Attorneys and Trial Court representatives met with a mediator Monday to discuss issues they had with the deep clean, the roof, and the occupational health survey of the courthouse in Springfield.
They determined a second mediation will be held next month after employees are given the opportunity to provide more information.
“We’re just going to continue to hold the Trial Court accountable,” said attorney Jeff Morneau, who represents employees in the case.
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