A lawsuit has been filed regarding the collapse of the JPAC building in McComb last month.
The lawsuit, filed by the Board of Mayor and Selectmen of the city, was submitted Friday.
The suit asks for no less than $400,000.00 to compensate the city for the damages following the collapse on July 21.
The Board of Mayor and Selectmen of the city claim that Terrence Alexander, owner of the property, knew about the dangerous condition the roof was in but didn’t tell anyone or do anything about it.
News Mississippi has reached out to Terrence Alexander and is awaiting a response.
Read the lawsuit here: City of McComb vs Talex-JPAC