[Adopted as Rev. Ords. 1976, §§ 4-1 to 4-3 (Rev. Ords. 1989, §§ 2-301 to 2-304)]
Editor's Note: Former Art. III, Liquor Licensing Board, adopted as Rev. Ords. 1976, §§ 2-109 to 2-111 (Rev. Ords. 1989, §§ 2-261 to 2-263), was deleted 8-21-2017 by Ord. No. 2018-4. See now Administrative Code §§ A-201 and A-213. Former Art. III was amended 12-16-2002 by Ord. No. 02-060A.
Whenever the City shall have taken any parcel of land for nonpayment of taxes and the rights of redemption under such taking have been foreclosed, the City Treasurer shall immediately give notification thereof to the Board of Assessors and shall certify to such Board the amount of the tax for which the land was taken, including all taxes added subsequently, the amount of interest charged upon the same, the amount of all betterments, if any, which may have been assessed upon the land and have not been collected by the City and the interest thereon and also the amount of all costs incurred by the City with respect to such taking and foreclosure of the rights of redemption.
The Board of Assessors shall keep a separate record of every parcel of land which shall have become a City possession, as aforesaid, in such a manner that there will be indicated thereon the facts contained in the certificate of the City Treasurer as provided in § 15-8, and there shall also be indicated upon such record the amount of all subsequent abatements of taxes and betterment assessments not included in such certificate. Records maintained in accordance with the foregoing shall be kept in a separate file and shall be open to public inspection at all times during regular business hours.
[Added 12-1-1986 by Ord. No. 1554]
For those fiscal years wherein the tax list is comprised of new state-mandated evaluations, the Assessors shall cause an impact notice to be sent to each individual taxpayer. Such notices shall be sent prior to the delivery of the tax list by the Assessors to the City Collector.