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Friday, September 17, 2010

Property tax bills to be mailed Sept. 20.

Residents have 60 days to pay bill

MILTON, GA., Sept. 17, 2010 - The City of Milton will mail property tax bills Sept. 20, said Milton Finance Director Stacey Inglis. After receipt, residents have 60 days to pay the bill without incurring penalties.


"Recently, we've had a number of citizens ask when they will receive their city property tax bills, because they have already gotten their Fulton County tax bill," she said. "We wanted to make sure everyone knows they have not missed anything."

Inglis said Milton has recently switched its financial accounting software, which pushed back the billing cycle slightly. The switch has also disabled the city's online tax bill payment system.
"I do not have a timeline for when it will resume," said Inglis. "But I assure every citizen in Milton we are working very hard to get it back up and running as soon as possible."
In the meantime, residents still have three options available for paying their bill:
By phone: Call 678-242-2500 and ask for the Revenue Office.


By mail: 13000 Deerfield Parkway, Suite 107G, Milton, GA 30004. Please make check(s) payable to City of Milton. Mail both the tax stub and your check or money order.
In person: Finance Office: 13000 Deerfield Parkway, Suite 107G, Milton, GA 30004. Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Acceptable forms of payment are check, money order, cashier's check, credit card (Visa/MasterCard/American Express and Discover) and cash (exact change only).
For more information, e-mail Revenue Administrator Honor Motes at
honor.motes@cityofmiltonga.us or call 678-242-2500.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did you get that Karen Thurman? No need to wait for the public to bring your delinquencies to your attention. Just go ahead and pay on time like the rest of us.

Councilwoman Karen Thurman said...
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Anonymous said...

9:09's comment would be funny if what Thurman's loan company perpetrated on our soldiers was not so sick!