City taxes shall be due on the first day of July of the year whenlevied and shall be payable as stated in the warrant of the Mayor annexed to said roll.
The Treasurer shall not be required to call upon the persons named in the city tax roll, nor to make personal demand for the payment of taxes, but he shall give notice to the taxpayers of the City, at least six days prior to the first day of July in each year, of the time when said taxes will be due for collection, by publication, at least once, in one or more of the newspapers published or circulated in the City, or shall give such notice by first class mail, addressed to the owners of the property upon which taxes are assessed, according to the names of such owners and their addresses as indicated on the tax roll. Said notice shall be deemed sufficient for the payment of all taxes on said tax roll. Failure on the part of the Treasurer to give said notice shall not invalidate the taxes on said tax roll nor release any person or property assessed thereon from the penalty provided in this Chapter, in case of non-payment of the same.
Editor's Note: The provisions of Charter § 9.15 appear superseded by MCL 211.44. See MCL 211.107.