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A Pima County appraisal says a proposed landfill will devastate nearby property values

A Pima County valuation study regarding a proposed landfill in Marana has confirmed what nearby residents say they've known all along: A 40-foot-deep landfill—with refuse allowed to go up to 200 feet high—could drastically harm the value of their homes and community…

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