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Property tax hike proposed for residents on the west side

Property tax hike proposed for residents on the west side



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(KSL News) Property taxes could be going up on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley.

Both the West Jordan and West Valley city councils are considering plans to raise property taxes by 2 percent. That would mean an increase of about $12 on a $200,000 home.

If approved, this would be the first property tax increase in West Jordan in 20 years. West Valley City last raised property taxes two years ago.

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