The Mathews County Board of Supervisors, meeting Tuesday night, took a number of actions that will impact county residents, including extending the deadline for 2022 tax payments, setting a date for a public hearing on the proposal to transfer the Confederate monument and land under it to a private organization, and accepting a bid for the construction of broadband towers.
The board voted unanimously to extend the due date for personal property tax payments to Jan. 5 rather than Dec. 5. Real estate taxes will still be due on Dec. 5.
The penalty for late payment of personal property taxes will begin on Jan. 6, and interest on late payments will begin to accrue on Feb. 1. In addition, the board will have a public hearing at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 6, on eliminating the $25 per vehicle license fee the county charges, as well as a discussion on the possibility of providing personal property tax rebates to Mathews residents.
The actions were taken after County Administrator Ramona...
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