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propertyTaxSAN DIEGO — More than half of the San Diego region’s landowners haven’t paid the second installment of their property taxes, which are due April 10, county Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister said Tuesday.

So far, 46 percent of county taxpayers have ponied up for their property tax bills, he said.

McAllister said he expects the more than 980,000 2012-13 property tax bills to generate $4.56 billion in revenue.

Around 529,000 installments haven’t been paid, amounting to about $1.44 billion, he said.

“Our branch offices are all ready to serve our taxpayers,” McAllister said. “As a reminder, we will accept checks and money orders at all offices. Downtown San Diego is the only office that will accept cash.”

In-person payments can be made at county offices at the County Administration Center, 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 162, in downtown San Diego; 590 Third Ave., Chula Vista; 200 S. Magnolia Ave., El Cajon; 9225 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., Kearny Mesa; and 141 E. Carmel St., San Marcos.

Payments can also be made online at sdtreastax.com or by phone at 855-829-3773.

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  • guest

    I don't understand the point to this story. Does McAllister really think that 54% of property owners do not know when their taxes are due?

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