UXBRIDGE – A member of the town conservation commission, and an environmental consultant, was brought into court Friday on a warrant to address issues surrounding a 2015 civil judgement against him awarded to Resource Controls, a Massachusetts environmental firm.
Patrick J. Hannon of Uxbridge was brought into court under a civil warrant issued for failure to appear in court as ordered. Mr. Hannon owes Resource Controls $13,624, including interest from a judgement issued in Dedham District Court in July 2015. The original amount was $13,598, according to court records.
During Friday’s hearing, Mr. Hannon was questioned by Attorney Marc D. Wallick of Wallick & Associates, Warwick, R.I. about his financial situation, including assets. Mr. Hannon said he filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization in late 2012. In 2013, his $11 million in assets were ordered liquidated and sold.
“They sold everything I own,” he said.
Mr. Hannon said he lives in a home owned by his partner and owns a company, Agritech, of which he is owner and principal shareholder. As an environmental consultant he said he finds sites that can use surplus soil. He said he had been earning $900 per week but had not been able to take a paycheck recently.
In March, Mr. Hannon filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against several Uxbridge town officials and local residents over statements made and actions taken in connection to soil reclamation projects at 775 Millville Road and 175 South St. He said he is unable to pay money he owes, which includes a substantial sum to…
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