Seneca-Cayugas pay $17K tax bill
By The Citizen
Friday, January 20, 2006 9:52 AM EST
The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma has paid over $17,000 in town and county taxes the tribe owes on the three parcels it owns in Aurelius at the intersection of Route 90 and Route 5 and 20, Aurelius Town Clerk Debbie Pinckney said.
The tribe paid $9,558.20, $5,475.44 and $2,395.50 respectively for each parcel. The tribe also paid $14,687.84 it owed in school taxes in October, Pinckney said.
In August, the tribe paid the roughly $70,000 in back taxes owed on the parcels it once slated for a major casino.
The tribe also owns a parcel in the town of Montezuma.
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