Hays County Tax Collector Announces Retirement Mid-Term Effective Feb. 28

Hays County Tax Collector Announces Retirement Mid-Term Effective Feb. 28
Photo Credit To Hays County | Tax Assessor Collector Luanne Caraway Being Sworn In by Hays County Judge Bert Cobb in 2017

Long-time Tax Assessor-Collector Luanne Caraway is retiring effective February 28, 2019. Caraway has served as Hays County Tax Assessor-Collector since 1994.

The Hays County Commissioners Court is seeking applications to fill the County’s Tax Assessor-Collector position for the unexpired term that ends December 31, 2020.

To apply, applicants must fill out a County job application and submit a resume that should include documentation of any statutorily required training and continuing education as required by Texas Tax Code, Title 1 Property Tax Code, Subtitle B. Property Tax Administration, Chapter 6, Subchapter B. Assessors and Collectors, Section 6.231 Continuing Education.

The appointed individual must be able to obtain bond for the State of Texas and Hays County pursuant to Texas Tax Code, Title 1 Property Tax Code, Subtitle B. Property Tax Administration, Chapter 6, Subchapter B. Assessors and Collectors, Section 6.28 Bonds for State and County Taxes.

Applications and resumes must be submitted by 2 p.m. Tuesday, February 19, to the Hays County General Counsel’s Office in person at 111 E. San Antonio St., Suite 202, San Marcos, TX  78666 or by email to debra.anderson@co.hays.tx.us. Questions can also be directed to Ms. Anderson.


 

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