City officials inadvertently provided the wrong totals for the impact the water and sewer utility extensions along Highway 9 and the purchase of a new fire truck will have on Decorah's residential property owners. The totals were published in the Tuesday, Jan. 27, Public Opinion.

For residential property owners, the correct total tax increase would be:

• $42.46 for a property with a taxable valuation of $32,640

• $106.14 for a property with a taxable valuation of $81,600

• $212.28 for a property with a taxable valuation of $163,201

The impact on commercial property owners published Tuesday was correct. For commercial property owners, the total impact would be:

• $370.72 for a property with a taxable valuation of $285,000

• $494.29 for a property with a taxable valuation of $380,000

• $617.86 for a property with a taxable valuation of $500,000

(After the state rollbacks, commercial property owners pay taxes on 95 percent of the value of their property while residential property owners pay taxes on 54.4 percent of the value of their property.)