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Klamath County Commissioners have decided not to ask voters if they want to raise their property taxes to pay for the jail.  A published report says the Board voted Tuesday to remove a three-year jail levy from the May 15th ballot.  The Legislature enacted a bill this year allowing Klamath and other counties to use money normally restricted to road maintenance to fund sheriff's offices. The $1.6 million levy would have cost the owner of a $200,000 home an extra $80 a year.

 

 

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