CHATTANOOGA (Times Free Press) - Volkswagen and a city panel have received a number of complaints about companies working on the automaker's assembly plant not getting paid on time after two contractors filed for bankruptcy.

"We've received a number of liens of subcontractors and suppliers not getting paid," said Mike McMahan, the Chattanooga Industrial Development Board's attorney, on Tuesday.

Siskin Steel & Supply Co. Inc. has sued Volkswagen's Chattanooga operations and the board, saying it is owed more than $660,000 for materials it supplied the plant under construction.

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