2013 Winter Tax Collection Schedule
December 1, 2013 thru February 14, 2014
- Tuesday, Dec 31st, 2013: 9 am-12 noon & 1 pm-5pm in the township hall office
- Friday , Jan 31st , 2014: 9am-1pm in my home
- Friday, Feb 7th, 2014: 9am-12 noon in the township hall office
- Friday, Feb 14th, 2014: 9am-12noon & 1pm-5pm in the township hall office
Call me if you need to schedule an appointment for another day/time.
Dale Terry, Treasurer
3816 Van Highway
Palmyra, MI 49268
A late penalty of 3% is assessed on taxes paid after February 14th. The last day that I will collect taxes is February 28th. After that day, all taxes are payable to the Lenawee County Treasurer.
You may pay your taxes by mail. Make checks payable to Palmyra Township and mail to 3816 Van Highway, Palmyra, MI 49268. If you need a receipt, mail the entire statement and a self-addressed stamped envelope. I will accept a postmark as the date paid.
Our annual Dog License/Rabies Vaccination Clinic is January 25th, 2014 at 10 am in the township hall.
PALMYRA TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION
Regular meeting schedule for 2014
All meetings will be at the Palmyra Community Hall,
4276 Rouget Rd. Palmyra, MI. 7:00 pm
Questions concerning the meetings can be referred to;
Perry Pooley, Planning Commission Secr.
2014 Regular Meeting Schedule
Palmyra Township Board
4276 Main St.
Palmyra, MI 49268
The regular meetings of the Palmyra Township Board will be held here, at 7:00pm, on the following dates in 2014:
Individuals requesting an item to be placed on the agenda should contact the supervisor, James Isley, at 517-486-3046 not less than 5 days prior to the meeting date. All are welcome to attend.
The Palmyra Township Board
This notice is posted in compliance with the Open Meetings Act, Public Act 267 of 1976, as amended, MCL 41.72a(2) and (4), and with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
WINTER TAX NOTICE:
As of March 1, 2013 all delinquent Winter Property Tax payments are payable to the Lenawee County Treasurer. All unpaid taxes, after this date, will have a penalty. Please contact the Lenawee County Treasurer's office to find out the amount of that penalty.
Lenawee County Treasurer
301 N Main St
Adrian, MI 49221
For general questions regarding the township you can contact the Supervisor or Clerk.
Questions regarding taxes and dog licenses can be directed to the Treasurer.
Questions regarding the assessment of your property should be directed to the Assessor.
Questions regarding permits and codes should be directed to the appropriate inspector.