Thursday, January 13, 2005

More Gossip: Mel Gibson's Byram River Property Is Not a Farm

The actor apparently kept sheep and donkeys and maybe chickens on his land, but that doesn't constitute a farm, Greenwich's assessor says. So Mel Gibson's taxes are going up. Town officials had been there previously because they were concerned that runoff from his barn area was getting into the Byram River. Gibson's place is on Old Mill Road, is 75.7 acres, has a 28-room house and two guest houses. His property tax bill: $137,000 a year.


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