9 December 2005
Leaky Roofs Create Drama at JSU
Breaking a leg on stage at JSUís Ernest Stone Performing
Arts Center is a real possibility. The centerís roof is so leaky that rainwater sometimes falls on performances.
Stephenson Hall, the Pete Mathews Coliseum, and the Campus Child Care Center also have leaky roofs, the result of
a renovation two years ago according to a lawsuit Jacksonville State University has filed against Standard Roofing
of Montgomery. The suit alleges that the company did not do a workmanlike job replacing the roofs, and has failed
to remove the leaks, mold and mildew that still plague the buildings. The university is asking for $4 million.
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