The recession is over and the economy is supposed to be improving, but a Dayton Daily News analysis has found that delinquent property taxes in Montgomery County — a key indicator of economic stability — have surged by more than 70 percent since the summer of 2010.
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More online: Find out which area landlords are delinquent on their property taxes and how it affects you on our interactive page at MyDaytonDailyNews.com/investigations.