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Revenue Commissioner Needs Personal Property Info

Falls Church’s office of the Commissioner of the Revenue issued a follow-up to a mailing that went to all City residents in early July to that included a return form for updates to personal property holdings. Any changes to personal property needed to be reported by July 24 to be updated in the Commissioner’s records so that tax bills going out this fall will accurate. The books will be closed in mid-August, Commissioner Tom Clinton reported, and anyone who’s not yet returned their form is urged to do so right away. Out of date records will result in $50 fines for failure to display City decals on new vehicles this fall.

The Commissioner’s office needs to be notified if a person in the last year has moved out of the City, and sold, donated, had totalled in an accident or traded in a car.