By Nicole Montesano • Staff Writer • 

Judge rules against former gas station owner

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Numbers are missing from this story. It would help to have them for context.

It sounds like the owner decided not to/couldn't pay the property taxes for years. Perhaps she thought the county wouldn't seize her property.

I'd like to know how much she owed for years of non-payment. I would assume the county would have notified her well in advance of he seizure and given her a chance to pay up. Why would she allow the property to be seized and then attempt to purchase it? What are the dollar amounts involved with that option?

Facts like this help understand the full story.

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