County readying to sell foreclosed land

 


Cheyenne County Commissioners are considering the sale of foreclosed land in the county’s possession.

There are roughly 10 to 12 such properties held by the county from unsold tax sale certificates, Paul Schaub, county attorney, said.

“I’m proposing we take a look at all of these properties we’ve acquired over the years through the foreclosure process and have a group sale where everyone is made aware that these properties are owned by the county,” Schaub said. “They’re not needed by the county, so the county should put them back on the tax rolls and generate the tax revenue....



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