When Erie County Comptroller Nancy A. Naples parceled blame to her husband for their late property tax payments over the years, she insisted she always has met the tax deadline on property she owned alone. Naples explained that she has been a homeowner since 1973 and owns a rental property in the Town of Tonawanda. 'I was never, ever late on any of my taxes,' she said. 'Not true,' Town of Tonawanda Clerk Cal Champlin said. The Buffalo News asked him to retrieve data on the townhouse, on Queens Guard Walk, that Naples rents out. Town records show Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District taxes arrived six weeks late in November 2001, incurring a penalty of $109.60. And the school tax arrived three weeks late in 1994 - her first year as county comptroller - requiring an extra $55.69.Some watchdog.
Nancy Naples: some watchdog. Not only is she the "I didn't do it" kid, but she's also a liar.