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By Jade Bulecza - bio | email

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) -  Mobile home owners in Lowndes County be sure to display your decals, or you will be ticketed. It's required by law to display mobile home decals.

Now Lowndes county commissioners passed a resolution this week saying you will be cited for not having one displayed.

The decal shows you've paid taxes on your mobile home. 

"Every time there's a tax that's due and someone doesn't pay it there is a loss to the county," said Lowndes County Tax Commissioner Mary Nell Robertson. "And this will serve as a tool to collect taxes that are due on mobile homes."

Code enforcers and the fire marshal can issue citations.  The magistrate judge will determine the amount of the fine.

 

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