August 10, 2012
The former Econo-Quik Gas & Car Wash site on Richards Avenue in Warrensburg has been off the tax rolls for at least 20 years due to underground pollution, which has now been remediated. Warren County leaders took an initial step this week toward getting more abandoned and distressed brownfield properties back in the hands of entrepreneurs who pay taxes — vital income for local governments and school districts.
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Productive, tax-paying commercial property is the backbone of modern communities, reducing the tax burden for local families. Warren County leaders took an initial step this week towards getting more abandoned properties back on the tax rolls.