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Kevin Guay has sued city and state officials for $55 million in damages after they tore up his property while searching for pollution that he says was never found.

Kevin Guay has sued city and state officials for $55 million in damages after they tore up his property while searching for pollution that he says was never found. Guay is asking for $5 million in compensatory damages and $50 million in punitive damages from state Department of Environmental Services Commissioner Thomas Burack, Attorney General Kelly Ayotte, the Concord Police Department, Concord police Detective Sean Ford and the city of Concord. In late March, officials blocked off two of Guay's properties and barred Guay from entering the sites as officials from D ES conducted a search.

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Title Annotation:Concord
Publication:New Hampshire Business Review
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U1NH
Date:Jul 17, 2009
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