Property tax payment due today

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SAN DIEGO — The first installment of 2012-13 property taxes are due Monday for San Diego County landowners.

Of the 980,654 bills sent to landowners in September, around 513,000 remained unpaid as of last Wednesday, according to Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister.

Landowners were encouraged to pay online at, by phone at 855-829-3773, or at any of the county’s four branch locations. Payments may also be made at the main County Administration Building but parking at the downtown site is limited.

Starting last Thursday, the county began accepting ready-to-drop-off check payments curbside at the west end of the north parking lot. The county building’s south parking lot is closed for construction of a new waterfront park.

McAllister suggested that property owners avoid the hassle of the downtown project and make payments at one of the branch offices, which offers extended hours today, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The offices are located in Chula Vista, 590 Third Ave.; El Cajon, 200 S. Magnolia St.; Kearny Mesa, 9225 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.; and San Marcos, 141 E. Carmel St.

The branch offices do not accept cash payments. Cash, however, is accepted at the County Administration Building.

McAllister said the county expects a haul of $4.6 billion from property taxes this year.

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  • steven greenwald

    and todd gloria wants to increase our taxes to pay for infrastructure repairs ..tell him respectfully no way.. mr gloria if you need tax revenues creat jobs and prosperity not more taxes,, stop the war on drugs bt decriminalization and legalize marijuana.. stop financing the mexican cartels and gang activity in our city.. increasre the number of cruise ships using the broadway pier.. use tax incentives for cruise ship owners we have lost 170 of 250 cruises in last 2 years each is worth #2 million to the gnp of our city!!greate new industries in our city mr gloria.. give tax incentives to grow existing industries.. why did qualcomm invest $1 billion in taiwan mr gloria and not in our city…tax incentives are neccesary to stimulate the solar energy industries in our city,, solar tubes.. solar hot water and solar based electrical energy.. tell SDGE to compensate building owners both commercial and residential like in germany where 52% of electricity iss henerated from solar or buy SDGE FROM SEMPRA..provide tax incentive mr todd gloria gor conservation of grey water on all buildings and smart rain gutters like in melbourne austrailia.. assemble all the congressional and senatorial representatives of california to tell mr obama NO SEQUESTERING AND LOSS of 30,000 jobs in our county instead DOUBLE THE# of naval ships built here CREATING thousands of jobs for our city,, MR TODD GLORIA NO MORE TAXES !!!if 1000 citizens pay $10 or 2000 citizens pay $7 .. i have decreased tghe tax rate by 30% and increased the tax revenues by 40%.. this is what texas is doing.. mr todd gloria lets get started greenwald 4 CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR my website is

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