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Marlborough residents may use credit cards to pay city bills

Marlborough – The Collector’s Office has announced that credit cards will now be accepted for payment of real estate tax, personal property tax, excise tax and water and sewer bills. MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express will all be accepted.  (The exception is that Visa is not accepted for water/sewer payments). A three percent convenience fee will be charged.

Debit cards are processed as a credit card payment and a fee will be charged.

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