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Tax liens.

A tax lien is a legal claim filed in court by a government agency against a person or business owing taxes. Liens are civil, not criminal claims, and normally seek to attach money and/or property to pay the taxes.

A list of liens is kept at the county courthouse showing who the government is pursuing and how much is sought. Liens can be filed for income taxes, unemployment taxes, sales taxes, real estate excise taxes, Social Security or disability taxes.

When the tax lien is paid and released, papers are filed with the courts as well, affirming the discharge.

Outstanding state tax liens Chelan and Douglas counties

Miguel Espinoza, doing business as Stone Stucco Services. $364.73 in unpaid state Employment Security Department taxes. Filed March 20.

Frants and Terrie Lynn Holm-Nielsen, doing business as Columbia Furniture - Chelan, $2,470.78 in unpaid state Employment Security Department taxes. Filed March 29.

Spiro Koulouris, doing business as Apple City Fence Co., $894.42 in unpaid state Employment Security Department taxes. Filed April 12.

River Cities Construction LLC, $15,198.15 in unpaid state Employment Security Department taxes. Filed April 24.

L&C Peterson, doing business as Lakeside Petroleum Co., $2,941.27 in unpaid state Employment Security Department taxes. Filed April 23.

Federal tax liens

Orondo Bowling Inc., Eastmont Lanes, $959, 171.17 in unpaid federal taxes. Filed March 26.

Cindie Elaine Sykes, doing business as Amazing World Childcare Preschool, $5,719.59 in unpaid federal taxes. Filed April 16.

Orondo Bowling Inc., Eastmont Lanes, $168,888.02 in unpaid federal taxes. Filed April 23.

Mela Inc., $10,712.34 in unpaid federal taxes. Filed April 23.

BCM Taverns Inc., doing business as BC McDonald-Chelan, $2,007.06 in unpaid federal taxes. Filed April 24.

Federal tax liens released

Spry Construction Inc., $4,092.53 in federal taxes. Released March 27.

Charity J. Arnold and Kirk N. Arnold, doing business as Fusion Care. $9,431.90 in federal taxes. Released April 16.

North Quest for the Office of the First Presiding Patriarch (overseer and successors), a Washington nonprofit corporation as nominee of Marie (aka Maire) Black, $45,678 in federal taxes, lien filed Nov. 7, 2011, withdrawn April 18.

Federal tax liens partially released Hope Springs, Summer Hill Freedom Trust, BC Trust, corporation sole as the nominee, alter ego and transferee of Maire E. Black, $1,800,845.76 in unpaid federal taxes. Certificate of release of lien is partially revoked, lien reinstated as of April 3.

State tax liens released

Ray Nelson Investment Co., $8,139.15 in state Employment Security Department taxes. Released March 21.
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Title Annotation:Fresh Business
Publication:Wenatchee Business Journal
Date:May 1, 2012
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