A former owner of Sugar Beach condominium buildings in the city of Port Saint John has been dismissed from the condo board after she refused to pay the city’s condo tax, according to a report.
Carol Lillis, owner of the Sugar Beach Inn condominium, said she had been given a letter from the city saying her condominium was a non-compliant owner because she had failed to pay taxes on her condos and was evicted.
“It’s not right,” Lillins said in an interview with CBC News.
“I’ve had my condominium for over 30 years.
And they’re trying to take my home.”
Lillis said she was informed in November 2017 by the city that her condo units had not paid taxes for five years and that her condo had been demolished.
The Sugar Beach Board of Trade had no comment on the matter.