Updated 10:54 p.m. Friday, May 9, with photo, additional information.
NORWALK, Conn. – A familiar name is on the list of properties scheduled to be included in the city’s tax sale planned for Monday, July 21.
The properties are to be sold by the city to collect past due real estate taxes.
The owners of one of the properties are Donovan O. and Chiquita Stephenson. Chiquita Stephenson was briefly the interim president and CEO of Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now (NEON) last fall. She was removed from her post after issuing paychecks to NEON employees with no money in the bank to back them up.
The property is at 111 S. Main Street, across from the NEON building at 98 S. Main. According to the list, the Stephensons owe Norwalk $52,951 in taxes, interest and other charges assessed from Oct. 1, 2010 through Oct. 1, 2012.
The property, according to court documents, also is in foreclosure. It is valued at $915,000, according to the documents. The Stephensons are said to owe $991,854 as of April 14 to 111 South Main Street Associates LLC, whose sole member is Charles Schemera. The LLC filed suit Feb. 2, and the Stephensons are fighting the action.
For a complete list of properties on the list, click the links below: