Woodland Choose Board member owes greater than $10,000 in again taxes

WOODLAND, Maine — A Woodland Choose Board member owes two years of unpaid taxes to the city, in response to public tax data.

Thomas Drew is serving a three-year time period on the board, which is able to finish in 2024. Delinquent tax data printed for the city’s annual assembly point out that Drew owes $10,354.24, a mixed whole of 2021 and 2022.

He’s the newest public official in Aroostook to owe again taxes. In July, Reed Plantation selectboard chair and assessor Scott Hannington labored with officers to pay a $22,275 invoice in private property taxes that spanned a number of years.