Author Topic: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)  (Read 39831 times)

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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #30 on: May 13, 2013, 09:31:12 PM »
@dougskiles - i don't know if the forge will be available for rent, but there is a blacksmithing going into CoRK next month who will be offering classes.

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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #31 on: May 13, 2013, 09:46:44 PM »
Tarpon is the death of significant buildings.  Totally unresponsive.

TARPON IV LLC is no longer an active corporation as of May 3, 2013 (according to sunbiz.org).  The entity was voluntarily dissolved with the remaining assets divided among the members according to their rights and interests.

http://search.sunbiz.org/Inquiry/CorporationSearch/SearchResultDetail/EntityName/flal-l13000033647-fabf5b56-8469-482b-b6a0-7acf1edde5a6/TARPON%20IV/Page1

Anyone know which of the members obtained ownership of PS4?

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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #32 on: May 14, 2013, 12:19:15 AM »
Maybe they can turn the auditorium area into a garden, add a glass roof,  bring in some  plants, flowers, butterflies, maybe even birds, build some walkways, and maybe a small pond with fish. I think the proximity to Riverside Park makes the argument that it could be an extension of the park. As for what to do with the rest of the building, I don't know, but it could have some art theme, maybe also history theme in the rooms. It was after all an elementary school, so this idea seems more appropriate to its history than turning into another concert venue.
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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #33 on: May 14, 2013, 05:31:52 AM »
^That is strange.

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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #34 on: May 14, 2013, 08:46:04 AM »
^!!!!!!!!!!   Strange doesn't begin to cover it.  RICO?  Fraudulent sales?  Selling property on eBay?  It was the Tarpon IV registered in Florida that bought the tax deed of the school.  They haven't paid any taxes on it either since the purchase.

It is my opinion that they never visited the property even once before the bought it.  I think they just saw 44,000 sq. ft. at the junction of I-10 & I-95 for less than $90 thousand dollars and jumped at it.  When Timkin and I gave the representative a tour of the school after they had acquired it, we thought that his eyes were going to jump out of his head in shock.
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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #35 on: May 14, 2013, 09:08:34 AM »
@dougskiles - i don't know if the forge will be available for rent, but there is a blacksmithing going into CoRK next month who will be offering classes.

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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #36 on: May 14, 2013, 10:18:28 AM »
@dougskiles - here ya go: http://kingstreetstudios.weebly.com/  Its a husband and wife.  Apparently the wife used to own (or still owns?) Bead Here Now in 5 Points and the husband had a shop in the back where he also taught some lessons called the Itty Bitty Smithy (love the name!).  AND he is the metalworker who make the iron sculpture in front of Derby House (Fine...Derby on Park).  Personally, I cannot wait to take their knife-making, blacksmithing, and copper hammering classes!

@dougskiles - i don't know if the forge will be available for rent, but there is a blacksmithing going into CoRK next month who will be offering classes.

Tell me more!

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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #37 on: May 14, 2013, 11:18:57 AM »
^!!!!!!!!!!   Strange doesn't begin to cover it.  RICO?  Fraudulent sales?  Selling property on eBay?  It was the Tarpon IV registered in Florida that bought the tax deed of the school.  They haven't paid any taxes on it either since the purchase.

It is my opinion that they never visited the property even once before the bought it.  I think they just saw 44,000 sq. ft. at the junction of I-10 & I-95 for less than $90 thousand dollars and jumped at it.  When Timkin and I gave the representative a tour of the school after they had acquired it, we thought that his eyes were going to jump out of his head in shock.

I was wondering which group it was.

If they haven't paid the taxes yet, then when does it come up for a tax sale?

@dougskiles - here ya go: http://kingstreetstudios.weebly.com/  Its a husband and wife.  Apparently the wife used to own (or still owns?) Bead Here Now in 5 Points and the husband had a shop in the back where he also taught some lessons called the Itty Bitty Smithy (love the name!).  AND he is the metalworker who make the iron sculpture in front of Derby House (Fine...Derby on Park).  Personally, I cannot wait to take their knife-making, blacksmithing, and copper hammering classes!

I suspected it might be Robert Noelke's shop.  After visiting them at One Spark, I went to their website, which is where they mention PS4 as an ideal location for an art school.  That "sparked" the interest in my mind about the building.

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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #38 on: May 14, 2013, 01:20:40 PM »
To return the school to being a school would be the least expensive and most straightforward rehabilitation.

If a dog track can be turned into a charter school an old school certainly can be.
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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #39 on: May 14, 2013, 02:09:37 PM »
The tax certificate sale is today.  PS4 has advertising number 021003.
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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #40 on: May 14, 2013, 04:07:55 PM »
I can't get the link to work from the clerk's office.  I suppose that means the sale is over.  When do they post the result?

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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #41 on: May 14, 2013, 04:11:15 PM »
Just looked up the advertisement.  $9,018.37 and a note that there are other outstanding tax certificates. I'll say!

How long do you have to wait to turn a tax certificate into a real deed?
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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #42 on: May 14, 2013, 04:29:44 PM »
I can't get the link to work from the clerk's office.  I suppose that means the sale is over.  When do they post the result?
Try this: https://duvalfl.realtaxlien.com/
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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #43 on: May 14, 2013, 04:33:35 PM »
Just looked up the advertisement.  $9,018.37 and a note that there are other outstanding tax certificates. I'll say!

How long do you have to wait to turn a tax certificate into a real deed?
A minimum of two years then the certificate holder can submit an application for an auction of the property.  Gives all of you two years to raise some cash. TIME FOR A BAKE SALE.

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Re: Annie Lytle Public School (Public School # 4)
« Reply #44 on: May 14, 2013, 04:42:06 PM »
The Tax Certificate is a 3 year process, if they are already other outstanding certs in addition to todays cert sale then it may be up for Tax Deed Sale again (just how they purchased it) again next year. I'd have to research. Seems like a ripe time to make Tarpon IV an offer. I'd say in this market, with all the issues of that building, they might just be happy to get out of it what they have in it. Which isn't much. Maybe time for a fundraising effort.
If you make Tarpon IV an offer you'd still have to pay back the existing tax money owed.  If outstanding certificates exist, I would think your best bet is getting in touch with one of those certificate holders.
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