San Joaquin County farmers stand to help pay for the county's loss of state Williamson Act funds. They will find out at Tuesday's meeting of the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors.
The board will consider taking advantage of Assembly Bill 1265, in which state lawmakers now allow counties to shorten their 10-year Williamson Act contracts with farmers to nine years. That would require property owners to pay a higher assessed value reflecting the shortened contract, County Administrator Manuel Lopez said in a staff report.
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