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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.
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
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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