Town of South Hadley, MA
Hampshire County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Meeting of the Town of South Hadley 1-11-2017 STM by Art. 14. Amendments noted where applicable.]
If a landfill (transfer station/recycling area only) tipping fee remains unpaid after six months from the due date, it shall become a municipal charge lien pursuant to the provisions of MGL c. 40, § 58. If the bill(s) remains unpaid when the Assessors are preparing a real estate tax list and warrant to be committed under MGL c. 59, § 53, the board or officer in charge of the collection of the municipal fee or charge shall certify such charge or fee to the Assessors, who shall add such to the tax bill on the property to which it relates and commit it with their warrant to the Tax Collector as part of such tax bill.
If a trash collection fee remains unpaid after six months from the due date, it shall become a municipal charge lien pursuant to the provisions of MGL c. 40, § 58. If the bill(s) remains unpaid when the Assessors are preparing a real estate tax list and warrant to be committed under MGL c. 59, § 53, the board or officer in charge of the collection of the municipal fee or charge shall certify such charge or fee to the Assessors, who shall add such to the tax bill on the property to which it relates and commit it with their warrant to the Tax Collector as part of such tax bill.
If a street excavation permit charge remains unpaid after six months from the due date, it shall become a municipal charge lien pursuant to the provisions of MGL c. 40, § 58. If the bill(s) remains unpaid when the Assessors are preparing a real estate tax list and warrant to be committed under MGL c. 59, § 53, the board or officer in charge of the collection of the municipal fee or charge shall certify such charge or fee to the Assessors, who shall add such to the tax bill on the property to which it relates and commit it with their warrant to the Tax Collector as part of such tax bill.
If a sewer use fee remains unpaid after six months from the due date, it shall become a municipal charge lien pursuant to the provisions of MGL c. 40, § 58. If the bill(s) remains unpaid when the Assessors are preparing a real estate tax list and warrant to be committed under MGL c. 59, § 53, the board or officer in charge of the collection of the municipal fee or charge shall certify such charge or fee to the Assessors, who shall add such to the tax bill on the property to which it relates and commit it with their warrant to the Tax Collector as part of such tax bill.