A Center Harbor man and his one-time employer faced each other in court on Tuesday after their parting left such hard feelings on both side that each filed a lawsuit.
Keith Fitzgerald claims he was hired by Tenney Mountain Development Group LLC to act as chief operating officer and oversee a major redevelopment and expansion of the shuttered Plymouth ski area.
During the course of his work, Fitzgerald maintains he supplied certain equipment, and the understanding between the parties was that a tractor and other heavy equipment were to be used during the project and that Fitzgerald would be compensated for their use.
Previously, a judge granted Fitzgerald a $375,000 attachment against the ski area's real estate pending resolution of the dispute.
Meanwhile, Michael Bouchard, the president of TMDG, who is not named as a defendant in Fitzgerald's suit, filed a counterclaim alleging that he was duped into giving Fitzgerald money under false pretenses.
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