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Resolution Doten Avenue(1)

Resolution Doten Avenue(1)

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Published by: Emily Donohue on Sep 05, 2012
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A RESOLUTIONOF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY
WHEREAS, the City of Saratoga Springs was vested with title to thirty-one parcels of real property in September, 2011, pursuant to a proceeding under Article 11 of the RealProperty Tax Law, andWHEREAS, one of those parcels is parcel 178.44-2-31, located at 9 Doten Avenue,Saratoga Springs, andWHEREAS, that parcel was included along with other parcels at a public auction held onJuly 14, 2012, and received a high bid of $20,000.00, andWHEREAS, the City does not require that parcel for a public purpose, andWHEREAS, the City has received documents from the U.S. Department of Justice andU.S. District Court to indicate that the previous owner of the parcel, prior to the time thatthe City initiated the in rem proceeding and at all times thereafter, was effectivelyprohibited from redeeming the parcel, by timely payment of back taxes and fees to theCity, because of the criminal acts of another person. See letter of 7/17/12 from UnitedStates Attorney Richard Hartunian, Press release from Department of Justice datedSeptember 13, 2011, and Plea Agreement in United States of America v. ArthurStrasnick, Criminal Action No. 10-CR-318; 11-CR-410, andWHEREAS, the previous owner of the parcel has now requested an opportunity topurchase the said parcel for full payment of back taxes and fees due the City, andWHEREAS, the previous owner of the parcel served as a New York Army NationalGuard nurse at the World Trade Center, New York City, following the events of September 11, 2001, and suffered a serious medical condition as a result of said service,andWHEREAS, Section 1136 of the Real Property Tax Law gives a tax district vested withtitle through an Article 11 proceeding the authority to sell and convey the real propertyacquired, upon confirmation of the legislative body of the tax district, andWHEREAS, assisting crime victims in securing restitution for criminal acts is a lawfuland proper exercise of governmental authority, andWHEREAS, a number of State and Federal laws, including the September 11 Victimsand Families Relief Act in Section 29 of the Workers’ Compensation Law, and thewaiver provisions for families of victims of terrorists in Section 5-1708 of the GeneralObligations Law, recognize the importance of granting consideration to September 11victims as a matter of public policy, and

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