Luna Community College is considering whether to ask voters to approve a tax hike to pay for building improvements.
Under its proposal, the tax bill for a $150,000 house would go up by $101. That would apply if the Luna service area — Las Vegas, Mora, Santa Rosa and Springer — stays the same.
If the service area expands to places such as Raton, Vaughn and Pecos, the tax bill for a $150,000 house would be $81.
The increased tax would allow Luna to sell bonds to generate the proceeds for the improvements.
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