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tanman

hunting land Q

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there is a section of woods on 48th street sw in rochester that i am interested in hunting but i cant seem to find out who owns it .. i have talked to people living in the area but cant seem to find who owns it ... anyone know how i could find that out?

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I would try and post this in the Rochester forum also.

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check out the county platt book. i'm sure you can view it online, but you would have to know the township

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Goto the county courthouse, the assessors office, point out the land on a plat map and they can help you find out. Even if its an owner that lives 50 miles they'll have their address because they have to send out tax statements. Great source of information and its all public information.

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