Jury Sets Home Values in Pennsylvania Town Hit by Mine Fire

 Tuesday, September 14, 2010

 Insurance Journal

A Central Pennsylvania jury has set values for homes in a central Pennsylvania town decimated by a mine fire at values far below those sought by homeowners who are challenging the state's condemnation of their property. Tommy Hynoski said his mother's home in Centralia should be worth about $90,000, based on what other homeowners in the area got for their properties, even though the home had to be supported by brick pillars after neighboring homes were torn down.

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