The Flossmoor Village Board voted to support a 1.95 percent increase in the 2018 tax levy and heard numbers showing a positive trend in the village’s property values. If the board gives final approval Dec. 3, the levy increase would mean the owner of a $200,000 home pays about $13 more in property taxes, and the owner of a $300,000 home pays about $21 more. The levy, which got the board's backing at the Nov. 5 meeting, represents the amount of tax money expected to be needed for the village’s operating . . .
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