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Saturday, November 13, 2004

Developer can go to trial on township's promise

Pennsauken A breach of contract action against the township of Pennsauken, New Jersey, over a 600-acre waterfront development will apparently go to trial.  A New Jersey judge Friday said that Vineland Construction, which claims it was given a "clear and definite promise" that it would get the billion-dollar redevelopment job but which had never "finalized" a contract, could proceed with its claims.

Although the township had at one point approved a draft contract with Vineland, it subsequently awarded the project to one of the other bidders.

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