Property tax late fees extended to December 15
Olmsted County has extended the due date for 2020 property taxes until December 15. No late fees will be charged through December 15. Late fees will be charged after the December 15 deadline. I voted for the extension of the late fees and voted to insure that the extension was granted to all property owners who do not escrow their property taxes. I supported this extension and to help our citizens and small businesses.
Olmsted County Named Best Employer by Workforce
Workforce Development, Inc has named Olmsted County as one of 12 organizations chosen in the Southeast Region as a 2020 Best Places to Work. The criteria for this award included data on employee turnover rate, rate of growth, promotion rates, employee evaluations, percentage of employees injured, diversity of management, benefits offered, training, paid days off, and increases in pay.
COVID19 CASES Increasing
The number of people contracting COVID19 is increasing. This has been attributed to the increase of COVID19 transmission among the age 20-30 people. Fortunately, at this time the number of deaths from COVID19 is declining; however, please remain vigilant about Social Distancing.
Because of the increase in COVID19 transmissions, the Governor has declared that masks will now be required starting on Sunday, July 26. Masks, and hand washing are easy and effective ways to reduce the transmission of COVID19 and to keep everyone safe.
You Can Vote Early
It is easy to vote early. You can request an absentee ballot by mail or you can vote early in person at 2122 Campus Drive SE. This building is close to the recycling center. Flags and signs will help you identify the building.
To request an absentee ballot, information on Registering to Vote, how to vote, or where to vote you can call the Olmsted Elections Office at 507.328.7650.
Remember there is a Primary Election on August 11, 2020. You can vote early now for this election.
The General Election is Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
At the 2122 Campus Drive SE there is also curbside voting available for those who have difficulty walking. I have supported the efforts Olmsted County has made to make voting easy and safe.