Mass Lawyers Weekly reported today that a settlement has been reached in the lawsuit over mold in Springfield’s Superior Courthouse. According to the report,

The settlement commits the Trial Court to completing on a tight timeline — by Labor Day, in most cases — a series of projects to remove mold and prevent its recurrence, upgrade the HVAC and air filtration systems, address plumbing and sewage issues, and give the building a thorough cleaning…The plaintiffs also secured a commitment from DCAMM to complete and make public the results of a previously announced feasibility study, which will focus on the possibility of replacing the Ireland Courthouse.

Completion of the settlement agreement will be overseen by a settlement coordinator/”conduit of information.” The position will be held by John Payne, Jr., Springfield’s city solicitor.