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GREENBURGH COLLECTED 95% OF TOWN, COUNTY, FIRE DISTRICT TAXES OWED FIRE DISTRICT TO GET 2ND INSTALLMENT OF TAXES JUNE 20TH
Town/county/fire district taxes are normally due on April 30th. But we authorized late payments for COVID hardships.
GREENBURGH COLLECTED 95% OF TOWN, COUNTY, FIRE DISTRICT TAXES OWED FIRE DISTRICT TO GET 2ND INSTALLMENT OF TAXES JUNE 20TH Town/county/fire district taxes are normally due on April 30th of each year. The Greenburgh Town Board extended payments for those suffering hardships due to COVID-19 till July 15th. We have so far collected about 95% of the taxes owed and are paying a second installment to the Fire Districts later this week The balance will be paid to them on July 20th. The town guarantees Westchester County 100% of the taxes owed- whether we collect the taxes or not. I am pleased that we are able to help those who have experienced hardships due to the Covid-19 pandemic. PAUL FEINER RESOLUTION AUTHORZING THE TOWN TAX RECEIVER TO ACCEPT PAYMENT OF COUNTY AND COUNTY DISTRICT TAXES, AND TOWN AND TOWN DISTRICT TAXES, including fire district taxesWITHOUT LATE PAYMENT PENALTIES UP TO JULY 15, 2020, PURSUANT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 202.22 OF THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK SUSPENDING SECTION 283.221 OF THE LAWS OF WESTCHESTER COUNTYAS A RESULT OF ISSUES STEMMING FROM THE 2020 COVID-19 PANDEMIC WHEREAS, on April 20, 2020 pursuant to Executive Order No. 202.22, the Governor of the State of New York suspended Section 283.221 of the Laws of Westchester County requiring Town Tax Receivers to accept payment of county and county district taxes, and town and town district taxes without late payment penalties, up to July 15, 2020, as a result of issues stemming from the 2020 Covid-19 Pandemic; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board of the Town of Greenburgh hereby authorizes the Town Tax Receiver to accept payment of County and County District Taxes, and Town and Town District Taxes without late payment penalties up to July 15, 2020, pursuant to Executive Order No. 202.22 of the Governor of the State of New York as a result of issues stemming from the 2020 Covid-19 Pandemic.