Tamarack Homeowners Pay Some Back Taxes But Valley County Seizes Other Properties Due to Non-Payment (ID)

Members of the Tamarack homeowners association announced in mid-October they would be taking over operations at the resort after acquiring many of the assets and agreeing to pay taxes that had been in arrears for several years. According to this week’s McCall Star-News, Tamarack homeowners decided to retain 15 parcels, including the Canoe Grill, Seven Devils Pub, Sports Dome, Wildhorse Youth Activity Center and some undeveloped lots, and paid the associated property taxes to Valley County.   Read the article……………


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