July 6, 2015 “The builders of the proposed 496-unit Patrick Farm housing development owe Rockland more than $607,000 in taxes on the 208-acre property outside Pomona, officials said. The tax delinquency dates to 2013, county officials said, and if the debt is not paid by year’s end, the county could foreclose and sell the land at public auction. The Monsey-based builders appear to be trying to pay off some of the debt. They entered into a two-year installment plan this month at 1 percent interest with the county to pay $382,154 owed on two of the six delinquent parcels, officials said. Those parcels house the stables and land that have been used by the Rockland Sheriff’s Office horse unit for nearly four decades. The rent paid by the county to the owners will be held in escrow until the taxes are paid, officials said. Patrick Farm owners’ current tax debt includes Rockland, town, school and village taxes. The Patrick Farm builders operate under the companies Scenic Development LLC and Scenic Development SM LLC, whose partners include veteran builders Yechiel Lebovits, his sons, and Abraham Moscovits.” Complete Journal News coverage here.
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