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While a federal extension has been made for individuals to pay their income taxes, no such deal has been made for Commonwealth residents who owe tangible return on property.
Carmen Eldridge-Swim is the Property Valuation Administrator for Rowan County. She says the decision is not made locally, since all counties in Kentucky adhere to a standardized tax calander. Rowan County generally collects around 600 tangible returns each year from business owners.
Eldridge-Swim says, for now, the May 15th deadline for tangible property returns in Kentucky is still in place. However, that could change in coming weeks.
Eldridge-Swim is still working in the PVA office each weekday and says residents or business owners with questions should call (606)784-5512.