Ballpark Property Tax Dispute Heats Up Over Occupancy Certificate

Reno Aces LogoAces Ballpark, home of the Triple-A Reno Aces (Pacific Coast League), has been operating for four years with a temporary certificate of occupancy — a document that certifies the building has complied with necessary code requirements and that the building is safe to occupy — because a dispute over property taxes owed has kept the owners from securing a permanent one.  A number of public officials have had enough of this “temporary” business and are turning up the heat.  Read more here.

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