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Changes coming to Pasco tax collector's website

Beginning Friday, Pasco County residents can apply for jobs at the tax collector's office online, read news and announcements and send questions directly to Tax Collector Mike Fasano as the office launches its newly designed website.

"With such an emphasis on web-based communication and business, it was time to make the tax collector's site more user friendly," Fasano said in a news release. "I believe taxpayers will find the new site to be both easy to use and full of new and important information. The website has been designed with the specific purpose of making interactions with our office as easy as possible."

The new site, which has the same web address,, will have more photos and graphics, including an organizational chart. It will also have a link to send questions and comments directly online. Fasano says he plans to use the site to alert people to various promotions such as speciality license plates, charitable partnerships and news about the office, including the expansion in Wesley Chapel.

Like before, the new site also includes a way to pay many taxes and fees online.

Changes coming to Pasco tax collector's website 10/29/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, October 29, 2013 12:05pm]
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