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San Joaquin County won’t pass Williamson Act fee on to farmers

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Posted: Tuesday, November 22, 2011 1:08 pm

Listening to more than a dozen farmers, San Joaquin County supervisors voted 3-0 on Tuesday against passing on what amounts to a tax of up to 10 percent on farmers to compensate for Williamson Act money the state removed from county coffers.

Supervisors Larry Ruhstaller, Steve Bestolarides and Leroy Ornellas voted to postpone a decision for at least a year so that county officials can talk to farmers about economic issues affecting farmers and county government.

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