Originally, the corporations had reached an agreement with RGI
and its owner, Robert Gass
, to make repairs to the problem areas, but the work was never fully completed.
That led to the lawsuit.
According to the settlement agreement reached in late December, Gass
agreed to pay $45,000 to cover the cost of repairs.
In return, the city and the two public corporations agreed to release RGI
from further claims.
Attempts to reach Gass
for comment were unsuccessful.
Numbers listed for RGI
Inc. were disconnected and calls to a home phone listed under Gass' name were not returned.Gass told The Daily News in April that his company had been inactive since he turned his attention to being a full-time minister at Baypoint Church in Texas City.
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