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File #: 22-2836    Version: 1 Name: County Quitclaim for Parcel located at 6341 Rutherglen Drive
Type: Consent Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 7/21/2022 In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 8/8/2022 Final action:
Title: Resolution Authorizing a Quitclaim Deed of the City's Title to the County in Order to Expedite the Sale of Land located at 6341 Rutherglen Drive
Attachments: 1. 6341Rutherglen, 2. 6341Rutherglen
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TO: Mayor and Members of City Council

THRU: Karen M. McDonald, City Attorney

FROM: Kecia N. Parker, NCCP, Real Estate Manager

DATE: August 8, 2022

RE:
Title
Resolution Authorizing a Quitclaim Deed of the City's Title to the County in Order to Expedite the Sale of Land located at 6341 Rutherglen Drive
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COUNCIL DISTRICT(S):
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Relationship To Strategic Plan:
A Desirable Place to Live, Work and Recreate


Executive Summary:
Cumberland County has requested that the City of Fayetteville quitclaim their interest in the parcel located at 6341 Rutherglen Drive having a tax parcel id number of 0406-35-4019 so that they may complete the sale of the jointly owned property that was acquired by tax foreclosure. This allows the property to be added back to the tax base and not continue to remain in joint governmental ownership.


Background:
Cumberland County and the City of Fayetteville received joint title to the property identified as 6341 Rutherglen Drive which has a parcel number of 0406-35-4019 being known as Lot 1 Arran Hills, Section 3, Block J on April 29, 2014. The County has received an offer to purchase the property in the amount of $8,039.00 which represents the amount paid at the foreclosure sale.

The County is requesting that the City declare the above property surplus and quitclaim the City's interest to the County. Title is jointly held due to tax foreclosure by the County in their capacity as tax administrator. The purchase offer received is slightly more than the foreclosure bid. If the present bid is declined, the property will remain in joint ownership not earning taxes and requiring upkeep.


Issues/Analysis:
No known issues.


Budget Impact:
There is no significant impact to the budget; however this will enable the property to be added back to the tax roll.


Options:
* Accept the County's request to declare the property surplus and quitclaim the City's title to the County according to ...

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