WINFIELD – The owners of a Hurricane soccer facility owe nearly $50,000 for back rent and for payment of a heating and air conditioning system at the building.
Robert T. Meeks and Melissa Meeks filed a complaint Nov. 17 against Alison E. Wood, individually and doing business as The Soccer House. The Soccer House and John Doe members of Wood's family also are listed as defendants.
In the suit, the plaintiffs say the defendants rented from them for $5,000 a month until April 10, when they say the defendants vacated property and refused to pay any rent.
The plaintiffs also say they had entered into a contract for installation of, and payment for, certain air conditioning and heating equipment at the specific request of the defendants. The defendants agreed to pay for the HVAC, but have failed or refused to do so, according to the complaint.
Because of the breach of contact, the plaintiffs say they have suffered and continue to suffer economic loss and harm. They say the total amount due is $48,794.
The plaintiffs seek that amount plus pre- and post-judgment interest and court costs.
The plaintiffs are represented by attorney J. Robert Leslie, and the case has been assigned to Circuit Judge Ed Eagloski.
Putnam Circuit Court case number: 06-C-385