Report: Town official owes $30,000 in back taxes

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The supervisor of Babylon's Department of Public Works owes more than $30,000 in back property taxes, according to a new report.

The story by Newsday says Charles Gardner's debts date back four years, and include outstanding town, county and school taxes.

READ: More on this story at Newsday.com

Gardner says the delinquencies are an "oversight," and says he plans to take out a loan to pay them back.

Gardner has worked for the village since 1968.
 

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