Property taxpayers are asked to note the second installment payment is due on July 31.
Oneida County Treasurer Kris Osterman says missing this deadline will result in interest being charged...
"...we take all the payments that are due now that would be your second installment taxes or your delinquent taxes...."
Tax payments received with a postmark after July 31 will accrue an additional 10 ½% penalty and interest charge for late payment. Penalty and interest will continue to accrue at a rate of 1.5% per month until the bill is paid.
Osterman says several area banks will also accept payments or you can pay through the Oneida county website with a credit card.
Osterman says you should mail your payment in to avoid long lines or delays.
Contact the county treasurer's office in your county to find out how that office accepts property tax payments...