San Miguel County is losing out on hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes owed on mobile homes, and two elected officials are asking the Commission to approve a new ordinance to rectify the problem.
The county Treasurer’s Office is still sifting through records trying to figure out exactly how much is owed in back taxes on mobile homes, but Deputy Treasurer Arturo Marlow said that as of Thursday morning they had determined that about $230,000 was owed in one district alone.
“When budgets are tight, every penny counts,” Marlow said.
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