Judge to allow Woodland Park to sell delinquent property

A judge has given Woodland Park the green light to sell a delinquent property that is burdening taxpayers.The bankrupt property owners of the Premier Medical

WOODLAND PARK - A judge has given Woodland Park the green light to sell a delinquent property that is burdening taxpayers.

The bankrupt property owners of the Premier Medical Mall owe about $1 million in back property taxes. Homeowners are being forced to make up the difference, as more than half of Woodland Park's revenue comes from property taxes.

Now that a tax sale on the property has been approved, Woodland Park can sell the property and get it off the tax rolls.

Woodland Park medical office building a burden on taxpayers

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