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Delinquency » Late 2012 property taxes in Salt Lake, Utah, Davis and Weber counties amount to $84.4M.

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No. 3 at $250,895 was a building in Springville used by SupraNaturals, another nutrition supplement company. That property’s owner is listed as TEM Properties. When SupraNaturals was asked what relationship it has with TEM, officials offered a "no comment."

No. 4 at $247,591 was a Salt Lake City plant of Hunter Douglas, a manufacturer of blinds and other window treatments. The property owner is listed as REVX 86 LLC. Calls to Hunter Douglas were not immediately returned.

At a glance

Delinquent taxes

Here are the largest 2012 property tax delinquents, according to lists from Salt Lake, Utah, Davis and Weber counties.

1. Xango headquarters in Lehi, $347,816

2. Mesaba Airlines, $251,189

3. SupraNaturals building, owned by TEM Properties, $250,895

4. Hunter Douglas plant, owned by REVX 86 LLC, $247,591

5. Trolley Square Associates, $224,382

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Others that may be familiar on lists with large amounts owed included: SecurityMetrics Building in Orem, $157,969; Singh Petroleum, operator of many convenience stores, $155,126; Peery Hotel in Salt Lake City, $92,204; Amalgamated Sugar Co. in Ogden, $47,201; and Syracuse Stadium Cinemas, $45,290.


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