Can a City code enforcement officer enter onto my property with or without my permission?

An officer/inspector may conduct an inspection from a location where they are legally entitled to be such as the public sidewalk, streets and alleys. An officer/inspector may enter onto private property to deliver notices or orders in connection to the enforcement of City ordinances. Officers/Inspectors may not enter the interior of a property without the owner’s consent.

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What if I work in another city? Will my credit change?

No, the credit for tax paid to other cities remains the same. You will still receive credit for one half of the tax correctly paid to the other city, with a maximum of 1%. So, if you work in a city with a tax rate of less than 2%, you will receive credit for one half of what you paid to that city. If the other city has a tax rate of 2% or more, you will receive a credit of 1%. For income earned through June 30, 2017, you will owe the difference up to 2% to Springfield, For income earned July 1, 2017, you will owe the difference up to 2.4% to Springfield.

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