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    Mark Larsen, owner of Larsen's Jewelry on Main Street in downtown Waterville, said Wednesday that while he business's taxes won't be greatly affected by the city's recently revaluation, he's concerned about the affect of higher residential values on his customers.

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    Taxes for Amici's Cucina, 173 Main St., in Wateville will stay about the same after the recent revaluation, owner Charlie Giguere said.

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    Diners enjoy an afternoon on the patio of Silver Street Tavern, 2 Silver St., in Waterville. Owner Charlie Giguere said Wednesday his property taxes on the building will go down about 5 percent as a result of the city's recent revaluation.

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    Silver Street patrons watch games on the television above the bar on Main Street in downtown Waterville on Wednesday. Owner Charlie Giguere said taxes on the building will go down as a result of the recent city property revaluation.

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    The chief operating officer of home health care company Care and Comfort in Waterville said Wednesday he's concerned about how the recent revaluation will effect the 150 employees of the company, both with mortgages and possible rent increases.

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