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Boardwalk column: Remember to submit property tax payments

Sunday is the deadline for the second installment of real estate taxes.

Government Center in Superior
Government Center, Superior, Wisconsin.
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram
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SUPERIOR — The Douglas County Treasurer’s Office reminds taxpayers that the second installment for real estate taxes is due by July 31.

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Read the latest news in the Dispatches from Douglas County newsletter published every Friday.

The treasurer’s office encourages mail, drop box or online options for payment. For information on real estate tax payment options please call the Douglas County Treasurer’s Office at 715-395-1348 or visit the county treasurer’s page on the Douglas County website.

There are a few meetings on the calendar for next week. All meetings are held in room 201 of the Government Center unless noted otherwise:

  • The transportation and infrastructure meeting will take place from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 3.
  • The library board planning committee will meet from 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 3 at the Superior Public Library, 1530 Tower Ave., Superior.
  • The administration committee will meet from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 4.

For more information on meetings, agendas, or Douglas County, please visit www.douglascountywi.org .

Community input and participation is always appreciated! If you have a suggestion or a comment, please contact the Clerk of Courts at 715-395-1203. Make it a great week!

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Melissa Pratt is a human resources specialist for Douglas County.

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