A fourth person — who shares the same last name as Tax Collector Bridget Bostic — also received a receipt from the tax collector saying her car taxes were paid, even though she owed car taxes dating back to the 1990s.
Bostic, whose relationship, if any, to the tax collector is unknown; Kevin Cegelka, a city employee and member of the Inland Wetlands Commission; James Hooker, an Ansonia Department of Public Works employee, and; Diane Stroman, a volunteer on the city’s Elderly Services Commission. Ansonia Tax Collector Bridget Bostic repeatedly declined to comment to the Valley Indy on the matter.
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At least three Ansonia public officials received a signed document from the tax collector’s office saying they were up to date on motor vehicle taxes even though they owed money.
The authorization from the tax collector allowed the three officials to register their cars with the Department of Motor Vehicles despite the fact they hadn’t paid their car taxes in years.