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Nearly all of Shelby County’s residents have met the call for tax bills this year, getting them paid by the end of December and avoiding penalty.
With collection starting in October and going through December for face value, Shelby County Sheriff Mike Armstrong said about 95 percent of the county’s property taxes, just less than $30 million, had been collected and dispersed.
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