Commissioners accept bid to put lot back on tax rolls

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With the exception of a few matters, county commissioners handled mostly “matter of record” business during their Feb. 11 meeting. Commissioners unanimously accepted a $900 bid for a Hughes Springs property that was struck off the county’s property tax rolls in November 2011. Tab Beall of the law firm of Perdue Brandon Field Collins & Mott in Tyler, the county’s tax collection firm, said the bid won’t cover all of the expenses associated with the property, but it will allow the new owner to tear down a substandard structure, an old house, and bring in a manufactured home, which will be assessed on property tax rolls.

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