E-Check, credit fee talks renewed with new billing software
Now that new billing software has been installed at the city, city council has to determine how it would like to proceed with e-check and credit card convenience fees.
During council’s April 8 study session, Finance Director Dan Frelund told council the city incurred about $60,000 in credit card fees in 2013. Frelund explained the city hasn’t been able to allow businesses to pay sales tax online because the city didn’t have the software.
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