The state Attorney General’s office has filed a petition to stop the Sheriff’s Sale of Conneaut Lake Park, this a followup to an earlier objection to the sale.
Filing in Crawford County Court took place Monday, Oct. 20, that a filing by the state attorney general’s office. The next day paper work was filed by Crawford County, the townships of Sadsbury and Summit, and the Conneaut School District, who are owed more than $900,000 in back taxes, interest and penalties.
Crawford County Judge Mark Stevens issued an order delaying the November 7, sheriff’s sale until December 5, and issued an order setting a hearing on the state’s objections for Monday, Nov. 24, in argument court.
Stevens’ order directed the state to file any legal briefs by Friday, Oct. 24, or risk the November sheriff’s sale being reinstated for November 7.
The Attorney General’s petition to stay the Sheriff Sale notes “the Sheriff Sale scheduled for November 7; that the Commonwealth filed preliminary objections and petition to set aside on October 1;
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