Category Archives: Tax Lien

Rehabilitation projects, small wireless cell on the agenda of the city council | New

City councilors will consider approving a grant for a brownfield assessment of the defunct Blue Ribbon Dry Cleaners & Laundry Service at 411 South James St at their 6:30 p.m. meeting on Monday, September 27. The contamination assessment “may assist with the sale and final redevelopment of the site,” City Manager Mitch Foster wrote in […]

NYC homeowners’ property tax delinquencies at the highest level in 10 years

Controller Scott Stringer (Getty) Nothing is certain but death and taxes, and property taxes are no exception. For a year and a half, New York City homeowners complained that eviction bans would leave them hard pressed to pay their bills. Without rental income, landlords warned they would not have the income to pay property taxes, […]

“Enough is enough:” Many businesses say owner of Raleigh mansion owes them money

RALEIGH, North Carolina (WTVD) – More and more Wake County businesses are coming forward to say they too owe a man who lives in a multi-million dollar mansion in North Raleigh, too. Watch the previous story ABC11’s troubleshooting tool Diane Wilson first introduced you to Daniel Hahn in early September. It was then that an […]

Madison Co. Tax Collector Sends Reminder for Property Taxes, Includes New Non-Payment Policy

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (WAFF) -Have you received a notice for your property taxes in the mail? Nearly 190,000 owners and business owners are opening them this week in Madison County. “In this office we have always sent this courtesy to let you know what the taxes will be for the year. And it’s also a good […]

EBRPD challenges fire agency efforts to dictate forest fire management policy

The vegetation around the Brazilian Room in Tilden Park may look appealing, but it violates the fire code due to the lack of 100 feet of defensible space required around all structures. Credit: Nick Marnell / Bay City News This story was originally published by the Bay City News Foundation. A dispute over fire regulations […]

Bouldin calls for the cleaning of the Yager road

Warren County Commissioner Carl D. Bouldin is pushing the cleanup of 4437 Yager Road and it looks like the effort will be successful. “People in my neighborhood want this cleaned up,” Bouldin said. “We are always talking about tourism and beautifying our county. Get out there and see how pretty it is. During Monday’s full […]

Blame and Deflection: Our New National Entertainment Fails

Our politics once felt like a big and relentless blame game, and our fingers are tired of pointing fingers at everything. From Kabul to Covid, the scripts are pretty much the same. Liberals blame Conservatives, Republicans blame Democrats, Biden World blames Trump World, and the guys on Twitter undermine anyone who doesn’t like them. And […]

UPDATE: Another look at a planned single-source contract for Las Cruces area animal adoption services

Comment: Dona Aña County has cautiously abandoned their single source agreement with Kelly Barker. (See the Sunday columns April 11 and May 30, 2021.) Currently, Barker is still soliciting donations for his “nonprofit organization,” Uncaged Paws, but allegedly uses his funds for other purposes. Former business partner Kathy Tarochione says she saw through Kelly. She […]

Farmington local sales tax revenue remains up for 2021

FARMINGTON – Since the start of the year, revenues from Farmington’s local and state sales tax rates continue to increase compared to the same period in 2020. The Mayor of Farmington, Penn, said most of the regional media focus on increasing the incomes of the four major cities in Washington and Benton counties. Small towns […]