A Baltimore judge has ordered a company controlled by developer Patrick Turner to pay about $100,000 to a construction firm for work at the Westport Waterfront development site, according to online court records.
On Dec. 10, Baltimore City Circuit Court judge Jeffrey M. Geller determined that Inner Harbor West LLC owed Dixie Construction Co. Inc. the funds for wetland construction and soil capping performed at the development site on the western shore of the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River.
A case filed in June against Turner personally by the Center for Aquatic Life and Conservation Inc. is also pending. The division of the National Aquarium alleges Turner has not repaid a $115,000 loan related to a Wesport-area tract of land.
Turner could not be reached for comment Friday evening.