Regardless of who is to blame, east-side residents will see their property taxes increase by a whopping 30 percent come Nov. 1.
At a school board meeting this week, the district’s finance adviser, Al Clemmons, took some of the responsibility for the unexpected hike in taxes.
San Miguel County Treasurer Alfonso Ortiz told members of the Las Vegas City Schools board at its regular meeting this week that his office is being bombarded with people saying they are not going to pay the higher rate.
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