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Posted on: December 21, 2020

Greenwich looks to offer 90-day delay on property taxes

GREENWICH — Greenwich will again offer relief for property tax payments that are due Jan. 1 — just as it did for the summer payments.

By an executive order signed Wednesday, Gov. Ned Lamont said municipalities should put forth either a deferment program or lower interest rates on late payments for residents and businesses that owe property taxes.

A similar order was made earlier in the year due to the economic impact of the coronavirus.

In Greenwich, Tax Collector Heather Smeriglio put a deferment program in place that gave taxpayers 90 additional days to make their property tax payments.

Read full story at Greenwich Time.

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