BARRE CITY TAX DEADLINE The Third Installment of the Barre City 2018-2019 Fiscal Year Property Taxes is due by 4:30 PM on Friday, February 15, 2019. Failure to make payments by February 15, 2019 results in such installments becoming DELINQUENT and being turned over to the Tax Collector with a 3% collector’s fee added thereto, plus 1% interest per month or part thereof on the original amount of the tax from the 15th day of February, 2019. An additional 5% collector’s fee will be added after 30 days should the account remain delinquent, and interest will continue to accrue. Tax payments must be received in the City Clerk/Treasurer’s office before close of business on the due date (4:30 PM), or bear a clearly legible U.S. Post Office postmark containing a date on or before the due date. The safest way to guarantee a letter bears a U.S. Post Office postmark is to have the stamp hand canceled by a postal worker. PLEASE NOTE: A personal or business postage meter mark IS NOT a U.S. Post Office postmark, and any payment received after the February 15, 2019 deadline bearing a postage meter mark will be considered delinquent. ALSO NOTE: Most financial institutions do not use post marks on payments authorized through on-line accounts, and any such payment received after the February 15, 2019 deadline will be considered delinquent. Current tax payments may be made online with a credit card or e-check through the City website at Service charges will apply. Online payments must be made by the 4:30 PM deadline on the due date to be considered timely. Carolyn S. Dawes Barre City Clerk & Treasurer

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