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Delinquent Property Taxes: Taxes Due and Payable, by City, in Calendar Year 2002
The table shows total delinquent property taxes, by city, for calendar year 2002. It includes all property taxes reported as unpaid in calendar year 2002, including taxes that became delinquent in preceding years which were still unpaid in 2002.
Three categories of delinquent taxes are presented: tangible personal property; all real property plus public utility personal property (delinquencies for real and public utility personal property taxes are not separated); and special assessments. The actual amounts of the delinquencies, and additional penalties and interest imposed on the delinquent taxes, are included in the table.
Total delinquencies within cities were $802.9 million. Real and public utility personal property delinquencies comprised $484.3 million of the calendar year 2002 delinquencies while tangible personal property delinquencies amounted to $254.5 million. Special assessment delinquencies totaled $64.1 million.
Among Ohio cities, Cleveland (Cuyahoga County) had the highest amount of total delinquencies, with $139.5 million. Of that, approximately $85.3 million were real property delinquencies. Excluding cities that recorded no delinquent property taxes, Holiday City (Williams County) had the lowest amount of delinquency at $15,468 (real property accounted for $14,750 of this amount).
Data for this table were taken from abstracts filed by county auditors with the Ohio Department of Taxation.