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Posted August 1, 2009 | Copyright © The Northern Virginia Daily
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Strasburg shopping center may be sold
STRASBURG -- The owners of a shopping center at East King Street and Acton Place are among those whose properties may be sold off because of delinquent real estate taxes due to Shenandoah County.
According to a notice to sell published Friday and online records from the county treasurer's office, Garlan and Sherry Gochenour owe $26,472.34 in back taxes on the property, which includes a Subway, Shenandoah Video and Tan, and Shenandoah Valley Family Medicine.
The Gochenours purchased the property from the late Leo Bernstein, who was president of Wayside of Virginia Inc., in 2001.
Garlan Gochenour, a Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office captain, could not immediately be reached for comment Friday.
Failure to pay within 30 days will lead to a lawsuit and subject the properties to be sold, the notice states.
The notice also lists Shenandoah Investment Group Inc., which owns the former Ponderosa Steakhouse in Woodstock and includes Gochenour, and Borden's Auto Sales Inc. in Woodstock.
Ponderosa, in Shenandoah Square, closed in January 2008 after 13 years in business. Taxes owed on the vacant property total $37,790.28, according to the database. A sign for interested buyers sits facing U.S. 11.
Borden's, at 18807 Old Valley Pike, owes a little less than $8,500, according to the database. Phone numbers listed for the business were not in service.
-- Daily Staff Report
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