RIGA - If anyone has seen Ivars Krezins, there are a few dozen construction workers who would like to have a word with him.As a construction supervisor with the company Glasiss, Krezins was in charge of the late-summer renovation of the Blackheads House, the 14th century building that is the showpiece of Riga's 800th anniversary facelift. The city paid Krezins, but Krezins apparently skipped town without paying the workers..The work Krezins had directed was completed so the municipal company Rigas Nami, which is in charge of the renovation on behalf of the city of Riga, is not concerned."We...
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