With nerves still raw from a leaked report of a 6-year-old car crash involving incumbent mayor Tom Carney, Carney’s campaign manager released a set of charges against opponent Cary Glickstein late Tuesday.
Among the charges was that Glickstein’s company, Ironwood Properties, was “unresponsive” to health problems caused by Chinese drywall in residents of the Antilles, a development Ironwood built in Vero Beach.
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