Monday, December 28, 2015

HB104: Property Tax Notices By Email

I have been working on a bill file for the past couple of months with our Weber County Clerk Rickie Hatch.  In what may be a surprising breakthrough discovery for government, a new technological innovation may promise efficiency and cost savings to taxpayers.  The bill proposes to allow property tax notices to be sent by email (pronounced [ee-mayl]) if taxpayers choose to receive notices via this method.

This bill also allows taxpayers to opt out and receive them via snail mail as well.  Here is a copy of the bill:

If you have any legislative issues or concerns, don't hesitate to contact me...even by means of this mysterious new email technology.

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