Marriage License (you would like to get married) Hours for the issuance of a Marriage License Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8am - 3pm and Wednesday 9am - 4pm -Both parties must be present together and bring the following: -Current Driver's License -Government Issued Raised Seal Birth Certificate -Divorce Paper(s) for Any & All Prior Marriages & Death Certificate(s) for however the Marriage ended -$40.00 You have been married in the past and you need to obtain a Marriage Certificate (proof that you are married or have been married) - Print out the Request Marriage Certificate form - complete it and return it to my office. Marriage Officer: Paul T. Cooper
Issues NYS Disabled Placard/Hangtags for people who have disabilities who live in the Town of Evans and the Village of Angola. Click here for the → Application . You must submit your current NYS Driver's License or Non-Driver ID Card.
Issues and accepts applications for U.S. passports and also takes photos for U.S. passports. Fee for photos is $10.50 per set. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR THE ACCEPTANCE OF YOUR PASSPORT APPLICATION. Click below for the Website for Passports & International Travel U.S. Department of State * Bureau of Consular Affairs Renew Passport by Mail How to apply for a New Passport -Fill out the above application then call my office to schedule an appointment for the acceptance of your application and the taking of your picture. You will need to bring with you your current Driver's License, government issued raised seal birth certificate and two (2) checks for payment. Appointments should be made at least four (4) months in advance of your trip.
Beginning Monday, April 2, 2018 the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has increased the passport acceptance fee (also known as the execution fee) from $25 to $35. Other fees for passport application services remain the same.
Freedom of Information Requests - "FOIL" Click on the Quick Links tab in the green column on the left labeled: "FOIL Application" to submit an application.
A postage meter postmark is NOT a postmark made by the United State Post Office and, therefore, is not within the provisions of Real Property Tax law, Section 925. Payments canot be deemed timely because of a postage meter postmark date on an envelope containing tax payment (Op. State Compt. 69-170).
If taxes are not received until after the due date, they are not paid until after the due date unless they fall squarely within the provisions of section 925 of the Real Property Tax law and the penalty must be added and collected and no town employee or official can waive the penalty (Op. State Compt. 68-626).
Town and County taxes are turned over to Erie County on July 1st, School taxes are turned over to Erie County on December 1st. Payment must then be made to Erie County. Any School tax not paid by December 31st will be relevied to the following Town and County tax bill.
Yes! Partial payments are accepted in the office. Payments can be made in any amount and as often as desired as long as the tax bills are payable to this office. Penalty is added to the unpaid balance after the due date.
Yes! Per Erie County tax law 922.3: The failure to mail any such statement, or the failure of the addressee to receive the same, shall not in any way affect the validity of the taxes or interest prescribed by law with respect thereto.
Cash or Check. Credit Cards are also accepted for payment at the Town Clerks office or through this website through the On-Line Tax Portal. CONVENIENCE FEES will be applied to Credit Cards. E-checks are also accepted for payment through this website through the Online-Tax Portal with a $1.00 CONVENIENCE FEE.
New York State Real Property Tax Law § 925, provides as follows:
"Payment of taxes by mail, when enclosed in a postpaid wrapper (envelope) properly addressed to the appropriate collecting officer and deposited in a post office or official depository under the exclusive care and custody of the United State Post Office shall, upon deliver, be deemed to have been made to such officer on the date of the United State Postmark on such wrapper. The provisions of this section shall not apply in the case of postmarks not made by the United States Post Office. A postage meter postmark is not a postmark made by the United States Post Office and, therefore, is not within the provisions of Real Property Tax Law §925. Payments cannot be deemed timely because of a postage meter mark date on an envelope containing a tax payment (Op. New York State Comptroller 69-170).
If taxes are not received until after the due date, they are not paid until after the due date unless they fall squarely within the provisions of § 925 of the Real Property Tax Law, and the interest must be added and collected. No Town Officials or employees can waive the interest (Op. New York State Comptroller 68-626).
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