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Hernando business owners can complete tangible property filing online

COUNTYWIDE

businesses can file tangible property tax form online

The Hernando County Property Appraiser's Office has announced that local business owners may now complete the entire tangible personal property annual filing requirement online, using an electronic signature. With this capability, the property appraiser will no longer mail the DR-405 tax form. A confidential letter will be mailed to all business owners, providing a unique Web access code. To file a return online, visit hernandocounty.us/pa and select "Tangible Property." Detailed instructions are available on the site and may be printed. For information, call (352) 754-4190, option 6, or send email to patpp@hernando county.us.

SPRING HILL

Packers' Harris signs autographs for charity

A charity meet-and-greet with Green Bay Packers running back DuJuan Harris will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Monti Magill's Irish Pub, 2396 Commercial Way. Harris, who grew up in Brooksville, will sign anything visitors bring to the event. Autographs will be $10, with proceeds benefiting a local resident fighting muscular sclerosis. For information, call (352) 683-0668.

Gift certificates benefit botanical gardens

The Spring Hill Garden Club is selling gift certificates to be used at its plant nursery at 1489 Parker Ave. The minimum purchase is $10, and certificates expire one year after purchase. The nursery is open from 9 a.m. to noon Mondays and Saturdays. Proceeds from sales support the adjacent Nature Coast Botanical Gardens. For information, call (352) 683-9933 or visit naturecoastgardens.com.

Today's meetings

Hernando County Tourist Development Council, 3 p.m., Office of Business Development, Hernando County Airport, 15800 Flight Path Drive, south of Brooksville.

Hernando County Community Anti-Drug Coalition Legislative/Local Policy Change Committee, 3:30 p.m., Baycare Behavioral Health, Room 158, 7074 Grove Road, west of Brooksville.

Hernando County Community Anti-Drug Coalition Alcohol Committee, 3:30 p.m., Baycare Behavioral Health, board room, 7074 Grove Road, west of Brooksville.

Hernando business owners can complete tangible property filing online 02/05/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 5, 2013 8:14pm]
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