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PROVO, Utah (AP) -- Owning land in American Fork could soon be more expensive.
City officials are considering a 14 percent property tax increase.
If council members approve a proposed $38 property tax increase and residents approve four proposed bonds this fall, the spike in property taxes over last year on a $220,000 home would be about $90.
A public hearing could be held Aug. 5. The city plans to mail details of the proposals to residents in the coming weeks.
Information from: The Daily Herald
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