Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Another school district sues FieldTurf

Neshannock School District sues FieldTurf over defective artificial turf fields
by Louie Torres | 
Jun. 19, 2017, 1:27pm

Proposed Class Action | Pending
SUMMARY: Accuses FieldTurf of failing to disclose problems with the turf even after customer complained of deterioration. Counts include breach of contract, breach of warranty, unfair trade practices and fraudulent concealment.
Class Action Complaint is here.
Add New Castle to the growing list of schools who sued FieldTurf.

I first wrote about this in my Lebo Citizens blog post, The 100-Yard Deception.

The website continues to update. FieldTurf: The 100-Yard Deception 

Will I hear again from my buddy, Darren Gill? 


Jason Margolis said...

The turf reminds me of MTL magazine ... supposed to be a community draw on the outside, toxic just underneath and all the way to the core.

Anonymous said...

Great analogy, Jason. That really was a good one.

Anonymous said...

On the subject of Field Turf, does anyone know how much money has been socked away for the day our artificially turfed fields are due for replacement. That's in the neighborhood of $800,000 to $1,000,000 approximately every 10 years.

It's not like that replacement will be an unexpected expense so we should be saving for it rather than having to borrow money. It doubtful the sports fields sign revenue will be enough to cover it.

Anonymous said...

Sad how this turf was supposed to be Lebo's Crown Jewel- an amenity so attractive that young families would be falling over one another to overpay for homes just to get their kids the sports surface they need in order to become superstars. Unfortunately, real estate forecasts for MTL are weak. But I bet if we build another turf field, they will come!

- Zeke the Plumber