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1/23/2014 - West Side Leader
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By Staff Writer

Property tax bills due Feb. 14 in Medina County

MEDINA COUNTY — Medina County Treasurer John Burke has announced that 76,795 tax bills have been mailed to property owners in Medina County. The official due date for these property tax bills is Feb. 14.

Burke noted the total annual amount of real estate taxes billed is nearly $253 million.

“My office has made a variety of payment options available to taxpayers for their convenience,” Burke said. “We have streamlined the process to include online payments through our website at www.medinacountytreasurer.com.”

Taxpayers may pay online with an electronic check, Automated Clearing House, credit card or PayPal account.

Payments may be made in person at Burke’s office at 144 N. Broadway St. in Medina from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mondays through Fridays; on the due date of Feb. 14, the office will be open until 6 p.m. Residents are asked to bring their entire tax bill. Payments may be made with check, cash or credit card. Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted over the counter. A convenience fee will be assessed by the vendor.

Tax payments that are mailed must be postmarked no later than the Feb. 14 due date to avoid a 5 percent penalty; payments made after Feb. 26 will be assessed a 10 percent penalty.

Twenty-four-hour drive-up drop boxes are available at: the Treasurer’s Office; Brunswick City Hall, 4095 Center Road; and Wadsworth City Hall, 120 Maple St.

For more information, call Burke’s office at 330-725-9748. 


CRS annual luncheon features Sherwin-Williams CEO

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Restoration Society (CRS) will present the 2014 Community Luncheon, featuring Christopher Connor, chairman and CEO of the Sherwin-Williams Co., Feb. 6 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the ballroom of the Tudor Arms Hotel in University Circle.

Connor will discuss the company’s commitment to historic preservation as an economic revitalization tool. According to a CRS press release, Sherwin-Williams “has remained loyal to its commitment to manufacture paints and coatings that protect all types of structural surfaces while calling Cleveland its global home.”

The annual luncheon is intended to raise awareness and funding and increase membership, as well as advocating for historic preservation in Northeast Ohio, according to CRS officials.

Tables of eight are $2,400 or $1,200, with individual tickets starting at $75. Reservations are available online at www.clevelandrestoration.org and must be made by Jan. 31.


Stephanie Kist contributed to these reports.

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