And here it is:
NBC 10 reports on the $200 million in back taxes owed to City Hall:
The top scofflaw, according to city records, owes $11.2 million for the land that was intended to be developed as the Foxwoods Casino. An attorney for Roman Philadelphia Property, L.L.C. says the property owner and city are in a dispute over the tax bill and that the property along the Delaware River has now been returned to the lending bank.
Despite the outstanding ledger, Revenue Commissioner Clarenda Tolson defends the city’s efforts to collect on back taxes.
“Those that are delinquent and have not paid their fair share, the expectation is that they’re going to have to pay, or understand what the consequences are going to be,” Tolson says.