County Treasurer's Additional Duties

 
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The County Treasurer serves as the County's Banker and Investment Officer. The Treasurer's primary responsibilities are to safeguard public funds and to collect and account for the revenue used to operate programs for County residents.

The Treasurer is also responsible for the administration of the General Property Tax Laws & related duties, including:
  • collection of delinquent real estate property taxes
  • accounting of tax collections of the 28 local townships, cities, and villages
  • agent of the Delinquent Tax Revolving Fund enabling the county to advance monies for delinquent taxes to the local units (minimizing the impact on their revenues)
  • administration of Delinquent Tax Reversion involving title searches, property visits, court hearings, foreclosure and auction of properties
  • is responsible for administering dog licenses
  • collects and disburses hotel/motel accommodation taxes
  • tax certification
  • active leader in the Calhoun County Landbank
  • authority to grant financial hardship extensions for principal residences facing property tax foreclosure.
 
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