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| Monday, April 28, 2008

The Fayette County Tax Collectors Association reminds property owners the discount period will end Wednesday.

Pennsylvania local tax collection law states all tax collectors must honor mailed payments that are postmarked on or before Wednesday. The law also states that failure to receive the tax notice does not relieve taxpayers from their responsibility to pay the taxes due. Contact local tax collectors if you have not received your tax notice. If you do not know who your tax collector is, call your local municipality or visit or call the Fayette County Assessment Office at 724-430-1350.

Mary Grace Butela, Dunbar Township tax collector, said the tax office will have extended office hours Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The office does not close for lunch. All payments must be postmarked April 30. Call Butela at 724-626-0804.

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