Westgate (RI) condo owners face taxes on units that aren’t there

James Simmons and his wife, Susan Gaipo, own a Westgate condominium, only, like 37 other units, it hasn’t been there since being destroyed by fire on March 11. The Simmonses pay a monthly $271.89 association fee for water, heat and the upkeep of grounds that they don’t use. And according to a letter they just received from condo association manager William Herendeen, who also lost a unit in the fire, the Simmons will soon be expected to pay taxes on the unit.    Read the article………..


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