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Latest News for Trenton (Unincorporated County Area), AL

Anniston cracking down on unpaid business licenses
annistonstar.com Anniston, AL
May 5, 2014
It's a bit like finding money behind the couch cushions. The city of Anniston has examined its business license system for nearly three months and found money it didn't realize it was owed a lot of money, potentially $300,000 in unpaid business licenses so far. City officials say the examination will bring all businesses into compliance with the law while possibly helping the city straighten out its antiquated database. It could also lead to changes in the city's fee structure, ensuring all businesses are paying the right amount for their licenses, officials say. City Manager Brian Johnson said the city hired the Public Resource Management Alliance Corporation in Atlanta about three months ago to help track down unpaid business license fees. The corporation, which specializes...  Read More