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JP 4 to be Closed to Public January 6 - 7

  • 31 December 2019
  • Author: Lauren Gammon
  • Number of views: 2159
JP 4 to be Closed to Public January 6 - 7
The Office of Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, located at 211 W. 6th Street in Taylor, will be closed January 6 and 7, 2020, due to anticipated street closures.

JP 4 will be closed on Wednesday, January 8, as the court is closed every Wednesday to the public so clerks can catch up on paperwork.

Payments can be mailed to the office at 211 W. 6th St., Taylor, TX 76574 or left in the court’s drop box on the northeast side of the building.

Any payments or pleas that are due on those days will not be considered past due if paid by Jan. 9.

Judge Stacy Hackenberg apologizes for the inconvenience.
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