Dunkin Donuts Stadium Has No Property Insurance
The hits just keep on coming! And I don't mean a home run out of the ball park.
For the love of God - what now?
Or, as I like to call it, the twists and turns of the ball park that never was!
You can't make this stuff up people. But I'm sure to the Yard Goats team it feels like a nightmare they'll never wake up from.
In a story from the Hartford Courant, Dunkin Donuts Stadium has no property insurance. Why you ask? Because with all of the delays in completion and issues that ensued,the developer has vacated the property. Auditors for the city of Hartford said yesterday that the city's 63-million-dollar stadium has no insurance for major things like windstorms or fires.
So, this is how it works. The construction policy that covered the stadium normally ends when the project is complete, but once Hartford chose to terminate the developers, that ended the policy too. In the courant.com article, Craig S. Trujillo, the city's deputy chief auditor said this:
The bottom line is the city's investment in that stadium is not insured for property and contents.
My question is this - is it time for the fat lady to sing?