City Council voted we no longer have this, so why am I receiving this bill?

City council voted to allow the fee to sunset after the 2021 December Pension Fee Bill. This is in accordance with the original 2018 Public Safety Pension Fee ordinance that called for three bills: 2019, 2020, and 2021 and for City Council to make a determination to continue the fee or to allow the ordinance to expire. On November 6, 2021, Council voted to allow the ordinance to expire after the 2021 bill. The bill dated: December 1, 2021, is your final Public Safety Pension Fee bill.

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1. City Council voted we no longer have this, so why am I receiving this bill?
2. How do I pay?
3. What if I am moving or have moved in 2021?
4. I do not agree with the square footage range on my properties Public Safety Pension Fee bill. How do I appeal?
5. Can I see a sample bill?
6. How will I be able to tell the Public Safety Pension Fee bill from the Stormwater Utility Bill?
7. I own more than one property in the city. Will I receive one bill or more than one?
8. Can I combine my Public Safety Pension Fee and Stormwater payments?
9. Why is the Public Safety Pension program a fee and not collected as a property tax increase?
10. What is the Delinquency procedure and how do I read my Delinquency Notice?