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Lance: To the Joseph B. Fay Co. The construction company's regional headquarters in West Deer lost its tax-exempt status in 2010 when the Keystone Opportunity Zone where it's built expired. But the company just ‘fessed up to Allegheny County about it this year. And only after the county sent it a letter, asking about its status. So, for more than two years, Fay hasn't paid taxes on its $2.1 million property.

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