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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