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Summit County Delinquent Taxes

As Published in newspapers on Monday, December 18th, 2023.

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DELINQUENT LAND TAX NOTICE

DELINQUENT LAND TAX NOTICE
The lands, lots, and parts of lots returned delinquent by the County Fiscal Officer of the County of Summit, with the taxes, assessments, interest, and penalties, charged against them agreeably to law, are contained and described in the following list:

AKRON CITY-COPLEY/FAIRLAWN CSD

6900051 217.38 SAMSONOWITZ YAAKOV FAIRLAWN HTS EST #2 LOT 48 ALL•6900170 1827.22 BOND WILLIAM JR QUAKER RIDGE SUB DIV SEC A UNIT 7 ALL•6900171 894.97 SIMMONS ROBERT O QUAKER RIDGE SUB DIV SEC A UNIT 8 ALL•6900250 6001.23 EDWARDS CHERYL L & EDWARDS TIMOTHY O LAKE OF THE WOODS SUB DIV LOT 36 ALL .47A

C•6900288 1208.82 CREAMER KENNETH A LAKE OF THE WOODS SUB DIV LOT 74 ALL.34AC•6900294 6636.82 KAKISH-CARR DIMA LAKE OF THE WOODS SUB DIV LOT 80 ALL.35AC•6900649 398.65 PRATT BRIAN & PRATT JENNIFER FAIRLAWN ESTATES NO 2 LOT 53 PT .1607 AC PB 44 PG 159-160


 

Notice is hereby given that the whole of such several lands, lots, or parts of lots will be certified for foreclosure by the County Fiscal Officer pursuant to law unless the whole of the delinquent taxes, assessments, interest and penalties are paid within one year or unless a Tax Certificate with respect to the parcel is sold under section 5721.32 or 5721.33 of the Revised Code. The names of persons who have entered into a written delinquent tax contract with the County Fiscal Officer to discharge the delinquency are designated by an asterisk or have been stricken from the list.
Notice also is hereby given that a Tax Certificate may be offered for sale under section 5721.32 or 5721.33 of the Revised Code with respect to those parcels shown on this list. If a Tax Certificate on a parcel is purchased, the purchaser of the Tax Certificate acquires the State’s or its taxing district’s first lien against the property, and an additional interest charge of up to eighteen percent per annum shall be assessed against the parcel. In addition, failure by the owner of the parcel to redeem the Tax Certificate may result in foreclosure proceedings against the parcel. No Tax Certificate shall be offered for sale if the owner of the parcel has either discharged the lien by paying to the Summit County Fiscal Officer in cash the amount of delinquent taxes, assessments, penalties, interest, and charges charged against the property, or has entered into a valid delinquent tax contract pursuant to section 323.31 of the Revised Code to pay those amounts in installments.

KRISTEN M. SCALISE CPA, CFE
FISCAL OFFICER,
COUNTY OF SUMMIT
Dec 18, 2023