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News of Otsego County

January 2018

Citizen Seeks Independent Investigation Of Tax Sale

Citizen Seeks Independent

Investigation Of Tax Sale

Tim Schorer, a truck driver from Hartwick, told the county Board of Representatives that an independent investigation is required to sort out the takings of two properties during the county’s 2014 county tax sale. Maria Ajello, who owned a Town of Richfield property, and Bob Force, who owned a Gilbertsville farm, have continued to declare their properties were taken even though they tried to pay their back taxes. They have also alleged irregularities in the process. Ajello appeared before the county board for a 50th time to plead her case at the Jan. 2 reorganizational meeting.

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