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Tax bills to go out by mid-January

Published 9:04am Thursday, January 3, 2013

The first half tax bills for property owners throughout Lawrence County should go out in the mail by the middle of the month.

The paper used for bills is expected in the County Treasurer’s office this week.

“We will print them and stuff them and mail them in about two weeks from Friday,” County Treasurer Stephen Burcham said.

The County Auditor’s office has already put the tax rates into the system after sending them to the Ohio Department of Taxation, which calculates in the reduction factors.

First half taxes are due no later than March 8 and can be paid by mail, in person at the treasurer’s office or online.

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