County installing kiosk for tax payments

County installing kiosk for tax payments

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Paying taxes may not be your favorite thing to do.

But the time spent standing in a long line at the Neshoba County Courthouse may become less, according to Tax Assessor/Collector Mike Lewis.

Lewis told the Board of Supervisors during their regular Monday meeting he has installed a kiosk in the lobby where people with credit or debit cards can swipe their cards and basically be done.

“We hope to eliminate some lines,” Lewis said. “They can process their payment on the kiosk and it will print the receipt in the office. There will be a pickup window in the office. It will be for car tag renewals and tax payments.”

Lewis said it gives the public another option. You can also pay in person, online or by mail. This required no action by the board.

In other matters, supervisors voted to:

• Approve for the Sheriff’s Department to apply for the FY2024 MOHS Impaired Driving Grant. They also approved for Hunter Ramsey to move from part-time to full-time status as a deputy;

• Approve 50-cent-an-hour pay raises for  four correctional officers. They accepted one resignation from the jail and moved one officer from part-time to full-time;

• Approve a pay raise for a Road Department employee;

• Approve a 16th Section Lease – Timothy Edwards T-11-N, R-13-E and an additional school bus turnaround for the Neshoba County Schools;

• Approve the Revised Standard Operating Guidelines for 911 center. Supervisors accepted the FEMA 4598 PW 68 Reimbursement for Debris removal totaling $278,042;

• Accept the East Neshoba Fire Protection District’s annual report;

• Approve paying dues for the Mississippi Justice Court Judges Association 2022-2023 for Paul Payne, $250, and Johnathan Spears, $250;

• Approve the employee payroll ending Nov. 14 and totaling $272,663;

• Approve the elected officials payroll ending Nov. 15 totaling $47,965;

• Approve the out of order claims and the claims docket;

• Approve paying Century Construction application for payment No. 7 – Taylor Mast, $536,560; and,

 • Approve paying dues to the National Association of Counties for Calendar Year 2023, $594.





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