The Coconino County Board of Supervisors has agreed to remove a tax exemption for residents of Flagstaff, Page and Fredonia regarding the county’s flood control district tax. The decision was made unanimously by the board at their meeting Tuesday. Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans spoke at the meeting and said the city had a bunch of questions that have gone unanswered about the decision and the public has a right to be included in the discussion. Councilman Jim McCarthy says property taxes could go up about 60-dollars a year on a $300-thousand dollar home. The move comes as the city continues to work with the federal government on the Rio de Flag project on its own flood control. The tax increase could show up on homeowner’s bills starting this fall. Chairman Matt Ryan said at the meeting the board welcomes any legal challenges to the decision to review the legality of it. The city of Flagstaff is exploring its options on what to do next.