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DCHD is saddened to report two (2) additional death due to complications of COVID-19, a resident in their 80’s and a resident in their 90’s.

DCHD is also reporting five (5) additional positive cases of COVID-19.DCHD is saddened to report two additional deaths due to complications of COVID-19, a resident in their 80’s and a resident in their 90's. DCHD is also reporting 5 additional positive cases of COVID-19.

We cannot slow the virus without help from our community. Success in slowing the spread of COVID-19 relies heavily on our community and residents in DeKalb County:
Wear a face covering.
Wash your hands frequently.
Maintain your social distance.
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DeKalb County Treasurer Christine J. Johnson’s office made the third distribution of DeKalb County real estate taxes on Friday, July 24, 2020.

Of the $229,607,685.37 to be collected, $123,146,350.52 has been collected and distributed to date. Johnson said, “This amount represents 53.63 percent of the taxes to be collected, which at this point in the year, is a good collection rate. It is right on par with previous years.” The Treasurer’s office will be making one more tax distribution to the taxing districts prior to the second installment property tax due date.

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DCHD is saddened to report an additional death due to complications of COVID-19, a resident in their 80’s.

DCHD is also reporting 7 additional positive cases of COVID-19.DCHD is saddened to report an additional death due to complications of COVID-19, a resident in their 80’s.

DCHD is also reporting 7 additional positive cases of COVID-19.
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Local CURE, Support Program Allotment C, Deadline Extended to July 24

Local Coronavirus Urgent Remediation Emergency (Local CURE) Support Program: Through this program, State will take steps to deploy $250 million to local governments in the coming months to help local governments secure reimbursement on eligible costs associated with the emergency response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. DCEO has posted information on our website here. DCEO has extended the application period for eligible units of local government for Allotment C (units not including municipalities, counties, or public health department) until July 24, 2020.
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Latest Totals:
DCHD is saddened to report two (2) additional death due to complications of COVID-19, a resident in their 80’s and a resident in their 90’s.

DCHD is also reporting five (5) additional positive cases of COVID-19.DCHD is saddened to report two additional deaths due to complications of COVID-19, a resident in their 80’s and a resident in their 90's. DCHD is also reporting 5 additional positive cases of COVID-19.

We cannot slow the virus without help from our community. Success in slowing the spread of COVID-19 relies heavily on our community and residents in DeKalb County:
Wear a face covering.
Wash your hands frequently.
Maintain your social distance.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

DeKalb County Treasurer Christine J. Johnson’s office made the third distribution of DeKalb County real estate taxes on Friday, July 24, 2020.

Of the $229,607,685.37 to be collected, $123,146,350.52 has been collected and distributed to date. Johnson said, “This amount represents 53.63 percent of the taxes to be collected, which at this point in the year, is a good collection rate. It is right on par with previous years.” The Treasurer’s office will be making one more tax distribution to the taxing districts prior to the second installment property tax due date.

dekalbcounty.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/news-tr-3rddistribution-2020.pdf
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Latest Totals:
DCHD is saddened to report an additional death due to complications of COVID-19, a resident in their 80’s.

DCHD is also reporting 7 additional positive cases of COVID-19.DCHD is saddened to report an additional death due to complications of COVID-19, a resident in their 80’s.

DCHD is also reporting 7 additional positive cases of COVID-19.
... See MoreSee Less

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Local CURE, Support Program Allotment C, Deadline Extended to July 24

Local Coronavirus Urgent Remediation Emergency (Local CURE) Support Program: Through this program, State will take steps to deploy $250 million to local governments in the coming months to help local governments secure reimbursement on eligible costs associated with the emergency response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. DCEO has posted information on our website here. DCEO has extended the application period for eligible units of local government for Allotment C (units not including municipalities, counties, or public health department) until July 24, 2020.
... See MoreSee Less

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