Company seeks hundreds from Gaglardi’s firm
A local traffic-control company is suing Tom Gaglardi and his Northland Properties company for less than $300, claiming the millionaire failed to pay up after a day of work in downtown Kamloops earlier this year.
Interior Traffic Control filed a notice of claim in Kamloops provincial court on Friday, Sept. 28, seeking $268.80 — plus $156 in court fees — for work done at the site of Gaglardi’s new Sandman Signature development on Lorne Street.
The court documents claim Interior Traffic Control provided services on Feb. 16.
The company claims the invoice sent to Northland has not been paid.
In addition to his role as president of Northland — the company behind the Kamloops Sandman development — Gaglardi is also majority owner of the Western Hockey League’s Kamloops Blazers and the owner of the National Hockey League’s Dallas Stars.
Northland will have 14 days to reply to Interior Traffic Control’s claim once it has been served with court documents.
Calls to the company were not returned as of KTW press time.