Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Monroe County: 9,200 Property Owners Failed To Pay 2009 Taxes


8% Increase in Delinquincies Considered Mild Compared To Other Areas

"While it does raise some concerns ... we're not seeing anything alarming to us at this point. Our collection rate is slightly ahead of last year as far as dollars go." ~~ Scott Adair, Monroe County Finance Dir.

STORY

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I can read the paper and I do watch some news. Where is the original content on your blog? SCATS you are getting lazy. It used to be so much better back in the day. Now you are just taking stuff out of the news media.

SCATS said...

To 10:51AM ~~ I'm not exactly sure what sorts of things you mean by "original content." Just Monday, I posted Dan Maloney's response to SCATS' ORIGINAL questions related to fiscal mgmt in the Town of Greece. Last Friday, I brought up the difficulty a citizen had in locating an "economic summit" called by Maloney and whether or not it actually ever occured. On Saturday, I posted instructions on how readers could access and view a large number of legal bills and other documents posted on Board Docs (and then removed). I think all of these constitute "original content." What is it that you miss?

Anonymous said...

I think Scats does an incredible job especially with so many different things going on in Greece these days! School opened. The GPD investigation is winding down. Town elections are coming up. We've got alleged pedophiles who teach, alleged felons who police and alleged egomaniacs who politic. And we get to read about them all right here!!!

Anonymous said...

Did everyone see a tax deduction when they got their school tax bills? My seemed about the same as last year . Wasn't it supposed to drop?

Anonymous said...

SCATS:
Is the pd investigator planning a press conference before he goes? Or is Johnboy going to sneak him out the backdoor and pretend he knows nothing?

SCATS said...

To 4:10PM ~~ I thought one was planned, but it sure has been quiet.