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Contractor attempts to dig up parking lot after not getting paid

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Columbia County Sheriff’s Office was called to the scene of an altercation between two companies on a job site on Monday, July 18.

According to the report, Benjamin Crawford, owner of C & H Paving, was upset after not getting paid for asphalt he and his crew had put down at a new storage fac...

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4 COMMENTS

  1. So the contractor was willing to pay his employees to dig up the entire parking lot, rather than fix the two areas that were holding water? People who are bad at math should not be in business.

  2. Sounds like Clifton should’ve immediately called “Digging Dirt”, and requested someone immediately head to the site. Mr. Crawford did have the right to file the lien, but it appears from this article, he screwed the ‘hooch from that point forward.

  3. Hilarious. There was a similar incident in Charleston, WV, several years ago. A Wrought Iron manufacturer was hired to make some ornate security gates for the driveway entrance at the Governor’s Mansioh (john D, Rockefeller, III by the way). Nine monthe later the contractor had not been paid. In the middle of the night he went to the mansion and repsessd the gates.

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