Here in Buffalo, NY city officials built a "TB" hospital 40 miles to the south in Perrysburg, NY 90 years ago. Today some city officials are "blocking" the transfer of this abandoned property claiming the city has certain "reversonary rights" and perhaps a long term interest in some of the parcels.
I've written extensively about this deal over here....http://tinyurl.com/7kewr if you want to learn more about this specific case.
I'd like to know if there are other examples that come to mind of cities owning real property outside their respective "city limits." If so, what are the taxing rules and regs for the property. I know full well that city owned property with in city limits is not taxed. Yet what happens when the property is outside the city limits.
Thanks in advance...