CLEVELAND – Cuyahoga County tax dodgers are about to find themselves in big trouble, as County Executive Ed FitzGerald and Fiscal Officer Wade Steen have announced a campaign to crack down the the “Dirty Dozen” delinquent taxpayers.
Steen said the “Dirty Dozen” have dodged large tax bills for years.
“They’re pretty much the worst of the worst,” said Steen.
A review of records shows the “Dirty Dozen” each owe the county between $341,120 and more than $2.1 million.
A 5 On Your Side investigation found the “Dirty Dozen” includes a Florida-based shopping center developer, a Cleveland church and a former Burger King franchise owner.