Henon knocks on doors to alert homeowners of tax break

Councilman Bobby Henon, D-6th, intends to travel his district, going door to door with a group of volunteers, in an effort to visit about 14,000 homeowners who have not yet signed up for the tax break.

City Council recently extended the deadline to Sept. 13 for homeowners to apply for the tax exemption of up to $30,000 of the property value of their primary residence.

“I understand that people’s lives are busy, I understand that the forms could be a little bit complicated and that they didn’t return it to the city,” Henon said.

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