“The tax bills are due,” said Commissioner Mark Mattmiller at Tuesday evening’s city commission meeting.
Mattmiller said the city has mailed the 2009 property tax bills and anyone not receiving a tax bill or receiving an incorrect tax bill should contact the city clerk’s office at 234-7150.
Mattmiller said mortgage companies have honored those taxes being paid through escrow accounts and those residents will not receive a tax bill.
Tax bills paid after Nov. 30 will face a 20 percent penalty, Mattmiller said.
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