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National Slavery Museum Accuses Fredericksburg of Fraud

by Deirdre Blake posted May 7 2013 1:35PM
The National Slavery Museum is now arguing that the city of Fredericksburg committed fraud.
It says officials knowingly placing an inflated assessed value on the 38 acres where the museum was to be built. The court filing is in response to city efforts to sell the land and recoup unpaid real estate taxes.
The museum says the bill was almost $382,000 in 2003 and after massive improvements by the Silver Companies is now more than $7million.
 
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Location : Fredericksburg
05/07/2013 1:35PM
National Slavery Museum Accuses Fredericksburg of Fraud
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