Monday, Nov. 17


City asked to release lien     Send a link to a friend

[NOV. 17, 2003]  The city received a letter stating that a property that the city of Lincoln had a $21,000 to $22,000 back taxes lien against has been sold. The old Stetson China property at 805 and 901 N. Chicago St. was recently sold at auction for $1,021.

The city is being asked to gratuitously release the lien so that the new property owner can develop the property and actually begin paying taxes on it, according to Bill Bates, the city attorney.

The finance committee is taking the matter under consideration and will make a recommendation to the council before it is taken to a vote at a later time.

[Jan Youngquist]


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