Marion County tax sale puts properties up

Thursday, November 29, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Carly Cahur
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The Marion County Commissioners reviewed property getting ready to be sold at the next tax sale in mid-December at its meeting Nov. 19.

County clerk Tina Spen­cer talked about the sale to include two areas in Florence, one on the east side of Main, and the other where the former Florence High School stood.

Other properties scheduled for the tax sale include:

◼ 309 W. Main St., 208 E. Case St., both in Lehigh, 25-foot lot on Lehigh’s Main Street and three other lots at Main or near U.S. Highway 56.

◼ a portion of land in Lost Springs, but without an access road.

◼ Peabody, which has seven properties to include 207 S. Olive, 202 S. Olive (home not liveable), Vine Street, 109 Walnut, 402 S. Olive, 203 N. Elm and a vacant lot on Plum Street near the railroad tracks.

Commissioner Kent Becker asked when the sale was planned.

Spencer said it was slated for Dec. 13, but that date could be pushed back.

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