The Capital: Vaccarro's Files Lawsuit Against the City
According to the report, the $600,000 suit was filed days ago. As of Tuesday, city officials had not yet been served the suit.
The Capital reported Wednesday that Vaccaro's, a Baltimore-based Italian pastry shop that had a stall inside the Annapolis Market House from 2006 until Dec. 31, 2010, has filed a $600,000 lawsuit against the city of Annapolis.
According to the article, the lawsuit is filed on grounds that the city broke a contract with Vaccaro's and violated a settlement agreement established in 2009.
As reported by Patch in December, Nick Vaccaro, the president of the company, said he received a letter the first week of December from the city asking him to vacate the building by Dec. 31, 2010. Employees told Patch in December that they were being evicted by the city.
In a Jan. 25 public hearing on the proposed Market House Lease with Gone to Market LLC, which fell through less than a month later, Steve Wise appeared before the Annapolis City Council, warning of a potential suit.
The full story from The Capital can be read here: http://www.hometownannapolis.com/news/top/2011/06/29-16/Vaccaros-files-600K-lawsuit.html.