Township of Lower Macungie, PA
Lehigh County
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[Ord. 1999-3, 3/4/1999, § 1]
The contents of that certain document entitled, "Lower Macungie Township Rules and Regulations for Compliance with the Local Taxpayer Bill of Rights," attached hereto, marked Exhibit 24-6-A and incorporated herein by reference are hereby approved and adopted.
[Ord. 1999-3, 3/4/1999, § 2]
The document entitled, "Lower Macungie Township Taxpayers Bill of Rights Disclosure Statement," substantially in the form set forth in Exhibit 24-6-B, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, is hereby approved and adopted.
[Ord. 1999-3, 3/4/1999, § 3]
The document entitled, "Lower Macungie Township Petition for Tax Refund/Credit," substantially in the form set forth in Exhibit 24-6-C, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, is hereby approved and adopted.
[Ord. 1999-3, 3/4/1999, § 4]
The document entitled, "Lower Macungie Township Petition for Administrative Appeal," substantially in the form set forth in Exhibit 24-6-D, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, is hereby approved and adopted.
[Ord. 1999-3, 3/4/1999, § 5; as amended by Ord. 2011-12, 10/6/2011]
The Board of Commissioners hereby creates the office of Tax Administrator and declares that it hereby determines that administrative appeal procedures relating to petitions for appeal/refund and petition for administrative appeal submitted by taxpayers in connection with the assessment, determination or refund of an eligible tax under the LTBR shall be undertaken by an Appeals Board.
[Ord. 1999-3, 3/4/1999, § 6; as amended by Ord. 2011-12, 10/6/2011]
The Board of Commissioners hereby creates the office of Tax Administrator and declares that it may appoint and remove members of the Appeals Board by resolution from time to time.
[Ord. 1999-3, 3/4/1999, § 7; as amended by Ord. 2011-12, 10/6/2011]
The Board of Commissioners hereby creates the office of the Tax Administrator and declares that the Board may appoint and remove a Tax Administrator by resolution from time to time.
[Ord. 1999-3, 3/4/1999, § 8; as amended by Ord. 2011-12, 10/6/2011]
The Board of Commissioners may adopt further forms for use by taxpayers, the Tax Administrator and the Appeals Board by resolution from time to time.