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Resource ID: #20207
Subject: Construction
Source: Pitch Weekly (Kansas City, Mo.)
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Date: May 24-30, 2001

Description

Pitch Weekly investigate Miller Enterprises, regularly ranked as one of Kansas City's busiest homebuilders, and the flaws that trouble his buyers. The story followed Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon suing Miller on behalf of 36 homeowners. "The attorney general's office alleged that Miller used bad building practices and bad materials, lied when he said the homes had been approved by city inspectors, bumped up prices at closing, promised refunds that never came, forged signatures on loan documents, lied about what the payments would be, and didn't fix what was broken."

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