New Owner of Skylands Explores Options, Lower Annual Property Tax Bill Should Help

Sussex Skyhawks LogoMark Roscioli Jr., owner of real estate investment firm 17 Mile LLC, continues to explore his options for a primary baseball tenant at Skylands Park after finalizing a deal to purchase the facility for $950,000.  After learning that the park’s annual property tax liability has been lowered from $120,000+ to $30,000, we have more confidence in this effort.  Read more here.  Thanks to Johnny Regan for the story.

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2 responses to “New Owner of Skylands Explores Options, Lower Annual Property Tax Bill Should Help

  1. Can we get someone to buy either the Batavia or Auburn franchises in the New York-Penn League and move them to the Skylands. With a lower tax bill, it just might work.

  2. Johnny regan

    Sussex county community college baseball team has been playing at skylands park in 2011, 2012, and starting Tuesday afternoon, 2013. Johnny baseball regan historian of skylands park.

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