Newport hole and Anc-bio site- go delinquent on taxes too
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The demolished block on Main Street in Newport where the Renaissance Block was to be built.
More properties at the center of a massive investor fraud case in northern Vermont are now on the delinquent tax rolls.
The tax deadline in Newport was 5 p.m. Tuesday, and no payment arrived to cover the bill for the parcels in the city that are associated with developer Bill Stenger, of Newport, and Miami businessman Ariel Quiros.
In Newport the total delinquent amount for the properties is $55,012, the city clerk and treasurer, James Johnson, said Thursday.
That figure includes $22,651 for the properties on Main Street that had been slated for a four-story development proposed by Stenger and Quiros known as the Renaissance Block. It was to feature retail and office space as well as a hotel.