State takes collection of taxes 'very...

State takes collection of taxes 'very seriously'

There are 1 comment on the Poughkeepsie Journal story from Jul 29, 2012, titled State takes collection of taxes 'very seriously'. In it, Poughkeepsie Journal reports that:

David Christenson lost his business in a fire a few days before the state notified him he owed nearly $100,000 in unpaid sales taxes, interest and penalties.

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unknown

Park Ridge, NJ

#1 Jul 31, 2012
Also owes 200,000 to his employees in back pay. When will they get their money? Recently heard that he sold his building for over 500,000 to the Parks Department. This man should be put in jail, ruined lots of people's lives. What a joke this is. "William Conklin".

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