- 1 Region doctor, children killed in I-65 crash
- 2 Feds: Lake Station mayor gambled away campaign, food pantry cash
- 3 Babysitter admits to beating 4-year-old boy
- 4 Suburban man shot in home invasion after win at Horseshoe casino
- 5 Lake Station mayor, wife, stepdaughter plead not guilty to corruption charges
Property Tax Levy
GLENWOOD | The Village Board approved a $3.7 million tax levy for the fiscal year that began May 1 and ends April 30.
Homeowners in Calumet City and Lansing have local governments that made efforts this year to keep property tax levy increases to a minimum.
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board is mulling its tax levy for next year, with some board members against the 23 percent hike proposed last month.
SAUK VILLAGE | Officials approved an ordinance levying $2.26 million in taxes this year, a 1.7 percent increase over last year.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | The City Council on Dec. 17 approved the property tax levy in the amount of $18,259,032 for the fiscal year May 2012 to April 2013.
SAUK VILLAGE | The Consolidated School District 168 School Board unanimously approved a $4.36 million tax levy for the fiscal year 2013.
SOUTH HOLLAND | The Thornton Township High School District 205 board unanimously approved a motion to levy $63 million in property taxes. The levy reflects a 3 percent increase over last year’s levy.
SAUK VILLAGE | The Sauk Village Board approved an ordinance to levy $2.29 million in property taxes for 2013. The levy is 3 percent higher than last year.
THORNTON | The Village Board unanimously approved its annual levy ordinance on Monday.
CALUMET CITY | City officials indicated Thursday they'd like to lower the municipal government share of property tax bills for the upcoming year by a little more than 1 percent.
CROWN POINT | A judge is permitting two Lake County police officials to continue suing the state to end a property tax levy freeze they claim has reduced local government jobs and services unfairly.
CALUMET CITY | A 4.9 percent increase in the amount of money city officials asked local homeowners to provide from property taxes easily could have been an increase of more than 10 percent, municipal officials said Tuesday.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | The City Council gave its approval last week to a property tax levy that asks for just 1.5 percent more money from local taxpayers than it did last year, a move that Mayor David Gonzalez thinks the city deserves credit for.
LANSING | The Village Board and Thornton Fractional Township High School District 215 gave final approval in separate votes Tuesday to their property tax levies for the upcoming year.
THORNTON | Although the village's annual property tax levy ordinance has not been approved, residents can be assured any possible increase will be no more than 5 percent, officials said.
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