Monaghan County Council are currently identifying households that have not paid the €100 household charge.
The local authority is checking there database to determine which households have not paid the charge.The council will have a full list in the coming weeks.
Reminder letters will be issued to those who haven’t paid up.
Late payments for the €100 charge are liable to an extra interest rate of 1 per cent for each month that the payment is overdue, as well as a 10 per cent fine as long as the fee is paid within six months of the original March 31 deadline.
This means that anybody paying the charge within August will face a fee of €115 instead of the original €100. This will rise to €116 in September, and to €127 in October when the 10 per cent late payment penalty is increased to 20 per cent.
The authority says 59 per cent of households have paid the €100 euro charge.