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Los Alamos is going over a property tax cliff that will result in a disastrous tax burden on all county homeowners and businesses. However, there are actions we can take to prevent this from happening.
This month all Los Alamos home and property owners received a property tax increase of about 40.5 percent to cover last year’s 20-year school commitment and an additional 7.5 percent for whatever. We are now deciding on extending another, “existing” 20 percent school tax for five years and adding an additional 9 percent, “forever” tax to support UNM-LA.
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