Homewood trustees will consider a resolution at their Tuesday board meeting confirming the village's intention to distribute 100 percent of a proposed sales tax hike to other local taxing districts.The resolution refers to the village's plan for increasing sales tax by 0.25 percent if voters agree to grant the village home rule status in the March 20 election. If home rule is approved, revenue from the sales tax increase will be shared with the three local school districts, the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District and Homewood Public Library.The village previously approved an intergovernmental agreement that spells . . .
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