Reposting here, because why not: weird strip of land near my dad's place. it has about $2 of taxes due every year, hasn't been paid in years. Turns out, it's because it was part of a larger property from the original plat, and this is the final scrap.

I think there's also something weird going on here, because according to the plat, A. S. Moen seems like they would have owned it. Chalk it up to inaccuracies between the plat and actual geography?

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