The letter from Chesapeake will be sent to the company in the next few weeks, Louderback said.
The town could end up suing the business in magistrate court if the amount owed is less than $5,000. If the amount is more, the lawsuit would go to Kanawha Circuit Court, Louderback said.
The mayor wants the tax revenue.
"I think they ought to pay it (B&O)," Bradshaw said.
The city also could revoke the company's business license, he said.
The city is attempting to determine just how much money the company owes.
The company is required to pay $1 for every $100 of its gross proceeds, said Sue Hatfield, city clerk. Communication Services Inc. was established in 2004, according to records provided by Chesapeake.
Chesapeake Fire Chief P.J. Johnson said he was unaware that the company owed any back B&O taxes to the town. He doesn't supervise the business, he said.
"If we owe it, we should pay it," Johnson said of the back taxes.
He referred all other questions about the back taxes to his father, Steve Johnson, who is the president of the VFD's board, which oversees the company.
Steve Johnson did not return calls seeking comment.
Hardy was not surprised that the company was in arrears.
"I support the mayor's efforts to revoke their business license," he said.
Town officials are working on a strategy to collect the taxes, Louderback said. She will look at the processes in place for collection in other cities around Kanawha County.