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County mailing 2004 tax bills

Posted Wednesday, August 4, 2004

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Chatham County residents can expect to receive their 2004 county tax bills as early as this week, according to tax administrator Kim Horton.

The earlier mailing date should give taxpayers more time to prepare and budget for payment by the due date, January 5, 2005, according to county officials.

The tax rate of 64.64 cents per $100 will not change.

Upon receiving their bills, taxpayers should carefully review them and notify the Tax Office of any problems as soon as possible.

The county allows an exemption from the solid waste fee when a dwelling is uninhabitable or has been vacant for more than two years. To be eligible for the exemption, taxpayers must file an application with the Tax Office by January 5, 2005. Fees will not be waived for applications received after this deadline.

Taxpayers will also find an insert in their bills with information about the County’s Waste Management program.

If real property has been sold since January 1, 2004, the seller should send the tax bill to the new owner immediately.

The Tax Office offers several methods of payment. One method allows taxpayers to pay their bill in installments. The Tax Office accepts partial payments which are mailed in (P.O. Box 697, Pittsboro, NC 27312) or brought to the Tax Office in Pittsboro. If making a partial payment, please include your account number on your check.

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