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PROPERTY TAX DEADLINE EXTENDED

Nov. 21, 2001 – Property tax payers get a break on their payment date thanks to a move by Gov. Charles Turnbull.
The governor announced Tuesday that property tax payments are now due by Nov. 31. They were originally due Aug. 31.
If they are not paid by Dec. 31, they will be considered delinquent.
The last day for filing for an appeal is Jan. 15, 2002.
Turnbull said in a news release that the tax bills were not sent out until July 25, which did not give taxpayers sufficient time to pay.

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Nov. 21, 2001 – Property tax payers get a break on their payment date thanks to a move by Gov. Charles Turnbull.
The governor announced Tuesday that property tax payments are now due by Nov. 31. They were originally due Aug. 31.
If they are not paid by Dec. 31, they will be considered delinquent.
The last day for filing for an appeal is Jan. 15, 2002.
Turnbull said in a news release that the tax bills were not sent out until July 25, which did not give taxpayers sufficient time to pay.