CT wants its share from sale of former Gov. Rowland's cottage

The summer cottage that led to the downfall of former Connecticut Governor John Rowland may soon be on the market. Repairs to the Bantam Lake cottage in Litchfield were among the more than $100,000 in

News 12 Staff

Jun 25, 2006, 1:50 AM

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CT wants its share from sale of former Gov. Rowland's cottage
The summer cottage that led to the downfall of former Connecticut Governor John Rowland may soon be on the market.
Repairs to the Bantam Lake cottage in Litchfield were among the more than $100,000 in gifts Rowland allegedly received in return for government contracts. Rowland is reportedly considering selling the property. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal says if the sale goes through, taxpayers are entitled to some of the revenue. Blumenthal says the state will consider taking legal action to collect.
Reports indicate Rowland?s cottage could sell for more than $500,000.
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