On April 20, 2020, Governor Tom Wolf signed Act 15 of 2020 and it took effect immediately. Act 15 gives municipalities the ability to make changes to the deadlines for the collection of municipal real estate taxes.
At their April 27, 2020 public meeting, the London Britain Township Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to consult their solicitor and tax collector to determine the best method of offering this option to residents who had not yet paid their 2020 Township taxes.
As a result, the Board is pleased to announce that we will be voting on a resolution at our May 18, 2020 meeting, which, if adopted, will permit payment of the face amount of unpaid Township real estate taxes until December 1, 2020 without payment of a penalty. After December 1, 2020 unpaid taxes will accrue penalties and interest.
During this challenging time, we hope that this action will provide some relief to residents who have yet to pay their 2020 Township taxes, allowing them to pay the Face Amount until December 1, 2020. If you have any questions, please contact Janie Schnelle, Tax Collector, at 610-274-8347 or the Township office at 610-255-0388.
London Britain Township Board of Supervisors
Aileen H. Parrish, Chair
Glenn Frederick, Vice-Chair
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