From Ulster County Comptroller Elliott Auerbach’s blog we learn that “the number of properties in Ulster County to be auctioned off for non-payment of taxes is up 28 from last year, and there’s a 32 percent increase in the amount of unpaid taxes.”
Ulster County auction of tax-delinquent properties is set for April 23 at Ulster County Community College in Stone Ridge. This year’s list will include 270 properties that have a total of nearly $5 million in unpaid taxes.
Twenty-five properties are located in the Town of Rochester. If you love a bargain, here is the Auction Catalog. Very, very interesting, to say the least!
– Jon Dogar-Marinesco
I’ll never be able to sell and get out of here, I’m gonna turn old and cranky in Kerhonkson. Go ahead, make it worse and vote for Hillary with your she’s a ‘woman’ nonsense. The devil has a mistress, you want to dance with her next? $5,000 dollars a twirl and they selling tickets at the nearest casino.
Who in the hell wants to buy here? What does Ulster County have to offer besides excessive taxes?