Williams Sending Out Delinquent Tax Notices

Williams County is step­ping up efforts to col­lect delin­quent prop­erty taxes. The Bryan Times reports today, that Williams County has set a dead­line of May 29 for those with delin­quent prop­erty tax bills to either pay up in full, or set up a pay­ment plan. Those who fail to meet the dead­line could have their tax lien cer­tifi­cates sold to a pri­vate col­lec­tion com­pany. Sales are depen­dent on whether that com­pany wants the prop­erty. Notices are being sent out this week to those with delin­quent prop­erty tax bills, inform­ing them of the May 29 dead­line. The last day the trea­surer will accept per­sonal checks for past due taxes is May 15. In addi­tion, own­ers of the parcels of record also will be charged a $25 admin­is­tra­tive fee. For ques­tions, call the Williams County Treasurer’s Office at 419–636-1850.

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