The following properties were listed as tax delinquent as of Sept. 1, 2011.
Note: Payments made since then are not reflected in this list.
For up-to-date information about a property's tax status and to search by parcel number for a property's address, see the county's property inquiry database at kenoshacounty.org.
The initial list below shows the 20 highest amounts of delinquent taxes. Use the fields below to search the database by name or city.
|03-121-01-301-300||BRISTOL-KENOSHA VENTURES LLC||$49808.67||$2779.36||Kenosha|
|03-122-04-376-011||BF PROPERTIES LLC||$48724.68||$3525.42||Kenosha|
|07-222-13-426-010||NADA PROPERTIES OF WISCONSIN LLC||$41092.86||$1038.87||Kenosha|
|03-121-01-420-212||REGENCY HILLS DEVELOPMENT CORP||$38967.49||$2079.75||Kenosha|
|35-4-121-121-0248||7500 KENOSHA LLC||$34796.36||$2343.49||Brighton|
|10-223-18-204-011||TRI-CORE PARTNERS LLC||$24691.92||$1858.39||Kenosha|
|03-122-10-226-052||RAP OF PEWAUKEE LLC||$22620.15||$421.73||Kenosha|
|86-4-119-281-1175||JON CUDZIK||$22397.79||$268.40||Twin Lakes|
|85-4-119-214-2070||ERWIN HINTZ||$19991.38||$319.00||Twin Lakes|
|12-223-31-489-011||LAKEVIEW INVESTMENT LLC||$19675.04||$749.34||Kenosha|
|04-122-12-130-013||SOUTHPORT LUMBER CO||$17714.50||$3078.59||Kenosha|
|08-222-35-176-017||Y & Z PETROLEUM INC||$17231.51||$86.90||Kenosha|
|03-122-04-426-030||D HAYDEN & ELIZABETH GREEN||$16881.37||$1653.11||Kenosha|
|80-4-222-143-0124||RICHARD R & MARIA L YUENKEL||$16719.31||$1172.88||Twin Lakes|
|85-4-119-214-1450||LISA R WALSH||$16386.26||$249.50||Twin Lakes|
|05-123-06-203-002||DHINDSA REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS LLC||$14510.13||$877.70||Kenosha|
|04-122-12-401-001||U S PETROLEUM INC||$14177.74||$4593.10||Kenosha|
|67-4-120-362-0800||BOGATAS REALTY MANAGEMENT LLC||$12955.27||$414.00||Salem|
|03-121-02-350-139||BILLY & CRYSTAL MCCOLLUM||$12167.51||$553.60||Kenosha|
A lawn mower, a computer, and 15 tires — including a giant tractor tire — were among the debris pulled out of the water during the annual Pike River Revival Saturday.
A Waukegan man was arrested after fighting with police after they smelled marijuana in his car.
BRISTOL — Those who slept in Saturday missed the chance to enjoy the outdoors and get close up with some feathered friends at the annual Fall Fest at Pringle Nature Center in Bristol Woods Park.
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The local connections to Miss America continue.
The master plan for Pennoyer Park successfully passed through another level of municipal approval Thursday, when the City Plan Commission voted in favor of the plan.
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With growing demand for services among recipient nonprofits, United Way of Kenosha County hopes to reverse a downward trend, which has seen annual contributions from 2010-2013 dip by $100,000, according to CEO Tracy Nielsen.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE – Police are looking for a suspect in the robbery Friday morning of State Bank of the Lakes, 8700 75th St.
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There will be no trial in the civil case filed over Devin Kunich’s death. His family accepted a settlement offer Thursday from Geico insurance.
Union members picketed at the entrances to the Amazon warehouse construction site Friday, protesting the hiring of a South Carolina-based, non-union contractor.
Featuring a larger screen, improved battery life and a number of tech-savvy upgrades, Apple’s iPhone 6 arrived in stores Friday morning and local consumers lined up to buy it.
A Kenosha woman faces numerous charges after repeatedly weeding her neighbor’s yard without permission in the 6800 block of 20th Avenue, according to Kenosha Police.
Military veterans gathered at the American Heroes Café inside Festival Foods to commemorate National POW/MIA Recognition Day, which is held on the third Friday in September.