ROUTT COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
|Timothy V. Corrigan|
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Noel Neal, Fairgrounds Manager
Lane Iacovetto, Treasurer and Public Trustee
Consideration for the approval of and authorization for the Chair to sign a Resolution Cancelling Taxes Determined to be Uncollectible.
C.R.S. § 39-10-114 (2)(a) provides that "any taxes levied on personal property, including but not limited to mobile homes, which are determined to be uncollectible after a period of one year after the date of their becoming delinquent may be canceled by the board of county commissioners."
An agreement to utilize a collection agency as per 39-10-112(b). Action to collect unpaid taxes to collect unpaid tax.
C.R.S. § 39-10-112. (1)(a) In order to collect delinquent personal property taxes and any delinquent interest thereon, the treasurer may, at the treasurer's option, sue the owner of the personal property in any court in the treasurer's county having jurisdiction, enter into a contract to employ the services of any collection agency that is duly licensed pursuant to section 5-16-119 or 5-16-120 , or distrain, seize, and sell the personal property as provided in section 39-10-111 .
Consideration to sign a Resolution to join Colorado Communities for Climate Action.