Landmark condo owners claim they were illegally added to a special taxing district. The Colorado Supreme Court is taking the case.

Condo owners in the Denver metro will have to take their nearly nine-year fight involving embezzlement and questions about whether Colorado’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights was violated to the Colorado Supreme Court, according to an announcement sent Monday.  The owners claim they were added to an illegally formed special district in Greenwood Village under “suspicious circumstances” in 2007. The district was formed to charge The Landmark residents’ property taxes that would essentially help fund the planned development of the nearby European Village community.    Read the article…………….

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