Citizens to receive bills around Nov. 1, will still have one month discount
By Mallory Bilger
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 12:05 pm (Updated: October 10, 12:14 pm)
Spencer County taxpayers will receive their tax bills a month later than expected this year due to a clerical error which resulted in a wrong rate being printed on the bills. The issue has since been resolved and taxpayers can expect the correct rates on the bills when they are received via mail.
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