EUREKA -- Glitches in an updated software system will cause Woodford County tax bills to be mailed about two months later this year.
"I know they have encountered some issues and don't know how long it will be before the bill file will be generated and sent to the printer," Treasurer Melissa Andrews said.
CID NET Inc. of Sycamore is implementing the system, which has been gradually introduced to the offices of the county assessor, clerk and treasurer since March.
The three-step tax cycle has the assessor presenting county assessments, the county clerk calculating tax rates and the treasurer's office collecting the taxes.
Because of the late mailing, the first installment will likely be due in early July, Andrews said. Last year, the bills were mailed to about 24,000 taxpayers in early May, with the first installment due in early June.
Andrews said that school districts, which take the largest percentage of the tax bill, don't want their payments until after July 1.