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San Joaquin County supervisors will decide if farmers pay 10 percent more taxes

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Bruce Blodgett, San Joaquin County Farm Bureau’s executive director

Posted: Friday, November 19, 2010 12:00 am

Thanks to a state program, farmers enrolled in the Williamson Act may end up paying 10 percent more in property tax. The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors will decide, probably on Dec. 7, whether to participate in the state program that changes the Williamson Act.

Supervisors will discuss the issue at Tuesday's meeting. They may end up choosing to not participate in the program, according to county staff analyst Phonxay Keokham.

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