In the little town of Windsor, two couples have filed suit, alleging that the former tax collector allowed “friends and family” privileges in which they didn’t have to pay their taxes for years and were charged no interest nor had their property attached.

As a result of the couples’ action, the attorney general is now investigating and an audit has been done. It has also come to light that the state Department of Revenue Administration has known for years that something was not right in Windsor.

We wonder how many other towns are failing to collect taxes from friends and family?