Laurel City Revamp: Back taxes paid, foreclosure dropped


WINSTED —  The town has ended its foreclosure case against the nonprofit Laurel City Revamp.

The organization is lead by former Selectman Michael Renzullo.

Back in 2010 Renzullo formed Laurel City Revamp for the purpose of rehabilitating distressed and underused properties.

Through the organization, Renzullo owns the old Capitol Products building at 35 Willow St.

The building had been vacant for many years since the company went out of business.

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