Kevin Brown, Treasurer of the City of Petersburg, announced today that his office, working with the law firm of Sands Anderson, has collected $214,018.01 in delinquent real estate taxes owed to the City by Petersburg Regency, LLC. on a local hotel property.
Today is the deadline for residents of Petersburg to pay their personal property taxes and to get their city decals.
City Treasurer Kevin Brown said that so far this year he hasn’t seen the long lines that have become famous when the annual tax deadline of June 10 draws near. He thinks it’s in part due to increased awareness of other ways to pay,
At the September 18 City Council Meeting in Petersburg, City Treasurer Kevin Brown accepted a presentation check from James E. Cornwell, Jr., of the Sands Anderson law firm representing $1,000,000 in delinquent real estate taxes collected for the city since the firm was engaged to pursue past due taxpayers. The…
City Treasurer Kevin A. Brown places the thick, 314-page book on his desk.
In it are 20 years of real estate tax records for the city that Brown is poring over to find the owners who are not paying taxes on their properties.
Kevin Brown, treasurer of the City of Petersburg, announced that his office, working with the law firm of Sands Anderson, has collected $214,018.01 in delinquent real estate taxes owed to the city by Fort Lee Regency, the former Ramada Inn.
Petersburg is seeing an increase in the number of business owners who owe back taxes to the city. In order to get people to pay up the city is shutting down repeat offenders and going after those who owe large amounts.