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Property Tax
I received a peach-colored Informational Notice instead of a property tax bill. Why?
This answer has been viewed 1323 times and was last updated on 08/23/2017.
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A (peach) Informational Notice is sent to the property owner when a mortgage company/escrow company requested the property owner’s tax bill. The property owner should check with the mortgage company/escrow company to ensure the taxes will be paid. Verification of the Tax Collector's receipt of payment can be made by accessing the property tax website.

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