Rejection of Renzullo offer unsurprising

The Winsted Journal Editorial

Selectman Michael Renzullo’s plan to purchase a town-issued tax lien on the old Capitol Products Building took a blow this week when his colleagues on the Board of Selectmen voted to reject his offer of $25,000 to settle $84,203 in back taxes owed on the property. Though the decision is disappointing for supporters of development in town, it is not surprising, as there always seemed to be something missing from Renzullo’s proposal.

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