By Linda Hall • 31 March 2020 • 19:25
Put on hold during Covid-19 crisis, credit: Pixabay
VELEZ-MALAGA has extended municipal tax deadlines to make procedures more flexible restrictions during the Covid-19 restrictions.
They have also enabled a hotline and an email address to answer any doubts related to payments during the nationwide lockdown.
David Vilches, councillor responsible for Finance, explained that the town hall aimed to convey a message of tranquillity.
“We perfectly understand the exceptional situation that we are all experiencing and the possible doubts that could arise,” he assured Velez-Malaga residents.
“Within reason we will adapt to all circumstances, so that no resident is affected by payment deadlines.”
Deadline on municipal bills or invoices issued by Velez-Malaga’s town hall before March 18 have now been extended until April 30.
There are only a handful of cases where invoices have been sent out after March 18, but in these instances, the deadline has been moved forward to May 20.
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