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Builder avoids jail, ordered to pay $200G in back taxes, fees

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Saratoga Springs builder David Jelenik was ordered Tuesday morning to pay $200,000 to the state Department of Taxation and Finance after his guilty plea this summer to failing to pay taxes. Jelenik, 52, of 176 Fifth Ave., who pleaded guilty to attempted repeated failure to file personal income tax returns, a misdemeanor, and entered a guilty plea for his business, Jelenik Construction Co., to fourth-degree criminal tax fraud, a felony, won’t have to spend any ...


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pollywog
September 24, 2013
1:21 p.m.

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Pay the fine and don't forget to change the name of your company so new customers won't know what a scum you are.While it is hard to give contractors a bad name, some try harder than others.

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