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Byline: Greg Retsinas STAFF WRITER
When Nicholas Tersigni was arrested Thursday, Christine Czedik should have been happy.
After all, the Port Charlotte woman said she had been bilked out of $7,500 from Tersigni for unfinished landscaping work and had complained to everyone, from an attorney to police and building officials to the news media.
It was not a new issue. Tersigni had been convicted in 1996 of 13 counts of working as a contractor without a license and had been ordered to pay more than $11,000 in restitution. And more than two dozen liens are outstanding in Charlotte County against Tersigni, who owns a nursery in North Port.