Tax Liens Filed Against Two of Little Egg Committeeman’s Properties, Documents Reveal

LITTLE EGG HARBOR – Democrat Committeeman Dave Schlick had a lien filed against two of his properties for unpaid property taxes and delinquent township water & sewer charges, public records revealed. The committeeman is now in the process of selling both properties.

George Gilmore isn’t the only Ocean County politician dealing with tax lien troubles.

While the influential GOP chairman’s liens are by far the most voluminous – and even the subject of a federal probe – recent trends indicate that lien troubles have transcended party lines in Ocean County in 2017.

Two Liens Issued By Little Egg Harbor Tax Office In Late 2017: Documents

According to documents first published via government transparency website OPRAmachine, a lien dated December 20th, 2017 indicated that the Little Egg Harbor elected official accrued $7,592.41 worth of unpaid property taxes and delinquent water & sewer charges at his Bear Hollow Lane property during 2017.

A second lien was issued against Schlick’s Stage Road property that month in the amount of $1,367.70, according to the publicly available copies of the liens.

The liens were released by township tax collection officials earlier in February in response to a public records request submitted by a user.

Both of the properties that were the subjects of the liens were recently listed for sale by Schlick, according to recent public social media postings advertising their sale.

 

Gavin Rozzi

Gavin Rozzi is the editor of Ocean County Politics and a lifelong Ocean County resident, residing in Lacey Township. Gavin's work centers on the intersection of money and politics in Ocean County, with a focus on public corruption. In 2017 he created New Jersey's first statewide freedom of information portal, OPRAmachine.com. He can be reached via email at editor@politicsoc.com or via phone at (732)-504-3636 ext. 1 or on encrypted phone / text app Signal.

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