(KCEN) -- Seven point two-five million dollars.
That's the amount the city of Temple could settle on after a two year lawsuit.
Back in 2005 the city had a new 10 million dollar police headquarters built.
Just four years later trouble began growing - literally.
The lawsuit began after mold began appearing in the new building.
The city council is holding a meeting today where they will decide if a settlement with the contractors has been reached.
Temple filed a lawsuit back in 2010.
That's after the architect, engineer, contractors and insurance companies would not make the repairs to the building.
In 2011 the city had to renovate the structure, costing taxpayers another 5.3 million dollars.
So now the city is looking to recover all of the costs to fix the problems.
City Manager David Blackburn said, "I truly look forward to putting this matter behind us as a city. I'm glad that our police department will now be housed in a safe energy-efficient facility and we look forward to moving forward police services to the community from that facility for many years to come."
There are more than 20 different parties and companies involved in this lawsuit.
The city is not releasing the names of any of those involved.