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If the owners are tax delinquent, I assume the city can put a lien on the property and eventually seize it. Not sure what the timeline is. It would be interesting to know how that process works and what if anything can be improved. Maybe the city should just have a smiple policy of accepting policy in lieu of all owed property taxes? Then they could sell it for whatever the market will bear or give it to non-profit developers in exchange for affordable unit stipulations.

by Alan B. on Feb 14, 2013 2:30 pm • linkreport

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