Property notices are in the mail
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San Juan County property notices will arrive in the mail this week. There may be a tax increase for some Blanding residents.

The total assessed value of San Juan County properties increased by nearly $93 million in the past year, from $753 million in 2009 to $845 million.

The 12 percent increase means a larger tax base and a possible tax break for many homeowners.

The assessed value of properties in Monticello grew two percent, from $64 to $65 million.

There was a 12 percent growth in property values in Blanding, from $72 to $80 million. The increase is due to new growth and the reassesment of a number of properties, said County Assessor Howard Randall.
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