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Big Tupper investors Tom Lawson (L) and Michael Foxman
Big Tupper investors Tom Lawson (L) and Michael Foxman

Big Tupper resort investors fall behind on tax payments

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Yesterday, two news organizations - WNBZ and the Adirondack Daily Enterprise - reported that Tupper Lake developer Michael Foxman and his partners have fallen behind again on their property taxes.

Foxman's group wants to develop hundreds of resort homes and condominiums, as well as a marina and a ski hill.

The Adirondack Park Agency is expected to vote on a permit for the project later this year.

But according to local government records, the company developing the resort owes nearly $100,000 in back-taxes to the town of Tupper Lake and Franklin County.

Foxman spoke yesterday in depth with Brian Mann. He acknowledged that money is tight, but said the resort development remains on solid footing.

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Brian Mann
Adirondack Bureau Chief

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