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November 12, 2007

Albany - - A plan to offer online services to business owners in Albany won't get the green light for another year.

New equipment is being installed to allow owners to pay their occupational taxes and renew their business licenses online. It won't be ready for this payment cycle, but starting December 1, businesses will be able to download the forms they need to mail in their renewal fees.  

"We'll still be sending them out by mail the way we always have done in the past, but this is just in case they misplace it or they want to pull an extra copy," says Finance Director Kris Newton.

Businesses will begin getting their occupational tax bills next month. The deadline to pay license renewal fees is March 15th.

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