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While Sacramento's flood control leaders ponder a property tax increase to keep a massive levee project alive in Natomas, they're also getting heat from other residents who feel their own flood-related problems are being neglected.

The Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency met Thursday, in part, to discuss a plan to ask Natomas residents for an extra $40 million in property taxes, or an average of $60 annually per home.

That proposal, which the SAFCA board will vote on next month, is needed to accommodate a project that has swelled to a total cost of $780 million, largely due to design changes mandated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

The Natomas project is, without question, Sacramento's largest and most complicated levee project. But it has residents of south Sacramento wondering ...
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