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Auditor Shares Funds with Local Taxing Districts

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AUDITOR SHARES FUNDS WITH LOCAL TAXING DISTRICTS

Clark County Auditor, John S. Federer, is announcing that once again he has authorized a release of $1,000,063.94 from the Auditor’s “Real Estate Assessment (REA) Fund” to the various taxing authorities within Clark County.  He authorized a similar release of funds in 2014 and is once again authorizing the release of funds in 2018. Auditor Federer is very pleased to be able to approve these funds twice in his tenure as Clark County’s Auditor.

The REA Fund is a special restricted fund maintained on the Auditor’s books to help defray the expenses associated with the appraisal of properties and the related assessment of taxes.  The REA account receives its funding by deducting a small percentage, per the Ohio Revised Code, of property taxes from settlements to local schools, townships, municipalities, ambulance districts, etc.

In all, 35 taxing entities will receive funds.  The amount to be received by each entity was calculated on a pro-rata basis based upon the amount of taxes collected on behalf of each taxing authority for the collection years of 2015 through 2017.

Auditor Federer credits, in large part, the furthering of efficiencies in the Auditor’s office for the ability to be able to issue these funds back to our local taxing entities within Clark County.  “The Auditor’s Office has continued to research and adopt best practices and technologies that have yielded cost saving measures.  I’m proud of the accomplishments in this office over the last seven plus years “, Federer says.

In a letter to the leaders of the various taxing authorities, Federer thanked those entities for their cooperation over the years with the Auditor’s Office, and also the employees of the Auditor’s Office for their unfailing and ongoing efforts to keep costs under control.  Auditor Federer is confident that those efficiencies played a large part in making this release of funds possible.

September 18, 2018

Forfeited Land Sale

The lands, lots, and parts of lots, in the County of Clark forfeited to the State for the nonpayment of taxes together with the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, interest and costs charged to them, agreeably to law, and the dates on which the lands, lots, and parts of lots will be offered for sale are contained and described in the following list:

Notice is hereby given to all concerned that the following forfeited tracts, lots, and parts of lots are offered for sale subject to all liens and encumbrances, except for liens for real estate taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest for which the lien was foreclosed and in satisfaction of which the property is to be sold.

Starting at 10:00 a.m. on July 3, 2018 on the Court House steps, the following parcels will be sold:

 

Parcel Number                        Address                              Delq. Taxes, Assessments, & Penalties

010-05-00025-306-023         Dogwood Rd                                            $   1,237.90

010-05-00025-306-024         Dogwood Rd                                            $    1,237.91

340-06-00003-117-011         1741 Allison Ave                                      $  11,449.71

340-06-00004-212-024         211-213 S Race St                                     $    9,088.77

340-06-00005-422-014         121-123 N Jackson St                               $    1,565.96

I 340-07-00023-313-042         304 Bellevue Ave                                      $  16,952.41

I 340-07-00028-104-012         1069 Mc Kinley Ave                                 $     3,817.06

340-07-00029-306-001         1151 Lagonda Ave                                    $   28,732.48

340-07-00033-203-001         503 Rice St                                                $     5,870.62

340-07-00033-203-002         1312-1314 Clay St                                     $   15,182.56

340-07-00033-221-022         1745 Kentucky Ave                                   $     7,694.15

 

I = These parcels have building improvements

 

Notice is hereby given to all concerned, that if the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, interest and costs charged on the list are not paid into the county treasury, and the county treasurer’s receipt produced for the payment, before the respective dates mentioned in this notice for the sale, each tract, lot, and parts of lot, so forfeited, on which the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, interest, and costs remain unpaid, will be offered for sale on the respective dates mentioned in this notice, at the court house in the county, in order to satisfy such taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and costs and that the sale will continue for four days until  each tract, lot, and part of lot specified in the list has been disposed of, or offered for sale.

If the tract, lot, or part of lot, so forfeited, is sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court in a separate order may enter a deficiency judgment against the last owner  of record of the tract, lot, or part of lot before its forfeiture to the state, for the amount of the difference, if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of the corporation’s stock.

Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given that I, John S. Federer, Auditor of Clark County, Ohio, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash to the highest bidder for an amount not less than the court and publishing costs incurred on each parcel.

 

 

June 19th 2018 & June 26th 2018                     John S. Federer, Clark County Auditor

COUNTY AUDITOR RECEIVES CONTINUING EDUCATION AWARD

Clark County Auditor John S. Federer is a recipient of the “Distinguished County Auditor” award, presented by the County Auditors’ Association of Ohio (CAAO).  The award recognizes County Auditors who have completed 100 or more hours of continuing education during their term of office.  Mr. Federer was recognized and received the award from CAAO President Fairfield County Auditor Jon Slater, Jr. during the recent CAAO Summer Conference.  In recognizing this achievement the CAAO notes, that when you consider the time commitments on County Auditors in general, it is truly an accomplishment for a County Auditor to have over 100 hours of credit.

 

Section 319.04 of the Ohio Revised Code requires County Auditors to complete at least 24 hours of continuing education during their term of office.  Mr. Federer obtained his training in topics such as Valuation, Millage and Tax Levies, Budget Commission and Rate Setting, GIS and Technology and two mandatory classes in ethics and substance abuse.

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