Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 12:00 am (Updated: July 17, 12:03 am)
Carrollton Police officers began delivering notices Tuesday to business owners who had not paid their annual city business license, which was due by June 30. A 20 percent penalty went into effect July 1. Most will pay the fee within two days, Assistant City Clerk/Treasurer Beth Toombs said.
Council decided to give business owners until the next council meeting, July 28, to pay before shutting them down.
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