TONOWANDA, New York (WIVB) – A Tonawanda Landscaping Company has repaid more than $ 95,000 in taxes owed to New York State.
The Department of Taxation and Finance said in a statement on Friday morning that Fiorela’s topography was “very large”.
According to the state, an auditor said the business did not return sales tax or quarterly sales tax from June 2011 to December 2015. Fiorela’s landscaping cost about $ 69,000 at the time, and another $ 26,000 was reported below the report. Taxes between December 2015 and September 2019.
Mike Schmidt, New York State Agricultural Finance and Finance Commissioner, said: “Sales tax provides vital revenue to the local community for services and programs.” They said.