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The property owners still have the opportunity to bring their accounts current up through April 21, 2017 to be removed from the actual sale. If they do not, the property will go up for auction on April 22, 2017. At that point, if the property sells at the auction, the owner will have a six month redemption period to reclaim their property. To do so, they will need to reimburse the winning bidder the amount that was due to the Town of Windsor at the time of sale (minimum bid), in addition to 18% (1.5% per month) interest on the total winning bid. The final day that they would be able to redeem the property will be October 23, 2017.
The properties listed below are slated for sale at the April 22nd tax sale. Detailed information on each property, including the Assessor’s field card are available for viewing by clicking on this link:
Location Amount Due*
11 Wilson Ave $11,726.28
230 Windsor Ave $21,137.13
32 Eagleton Dr $17,528.37
1202 Matianuck Ave $24,067.31
878 Matianuck Ave $9,751.73
35 Scarborough Rd $14,868.51
32 Mack St $16,189.20
85 Dudley Town Rd $12,738.78
31 Olga Ave $14,039.05
111 Rood Ave $19,144.89
781T Park Ave $15,450.19
332 Poquonock Ave $22,075.74
404 Otee Cir $14,757.85
799 Matianuck Ave $14,339.14
33 Hillcrest Rd $17,517.78
59 Longview Dr $17,360.87
*NOTE: These amounts will change as additional interest, lien fees, and other charges associated with the tax sale are added. If you are the owner of one of the above listed properties, or have a lien or encumbrance on one of these properties, please contact the Windsor Tax Collector atfor a payoff total based on the date you intend to make payment.
Not personally a fan of baseball to start with, I was against the building of the stadium using taxpayer monies from the get go… as a taxpaying homeowner like many others I resent that due to the many legal troubles that the city of Hartford over the mismanagement of city funds that we in the suburbs are being forced to pay for this project which doesn’t really do much to benefit current residents of the north end of Hartford who lost a supermarket deal with the stadium going in.
With all of the legal stuff going on, the stadium which had problems with work stopping and starting and then off again with new people needing to be brought in to finish up, I do hope that eventually the citizens of the north end of Hartford will be able to benefit.
We can all hope that the stadium will do well, but no matter how pretty it might be (if you can call the building pretty) the questions are…
“Will the Public Come as Paying Ticket Holders?”
“Will people bring their families to the edge of the north end of Hartford which has a reputation for drugs and gags and shootings?”
After all the money that has been wasted on this project I do hope that the team stays in town and some how against the odds the stadium can turn an actual profit…
But the democrats in power seem to have a knack for making businesses and jobs leave the state after giving them millions of taxpayer dollars and tax breaks so I’m not holding out my breath on this turning out to be profitable…