With property tax bills continuing to climb, Sen. Toi Hutchinson (D-Chicago Heights) is working with newly elected Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi on a set of reforms to Illinois’ antiquated property tax system. Hutchinson introduced Senate Bill 1379, a comprehensive set of reforms to Cook County’s property tax system. It passed out of the Senate Revenue Committee without opposition. Hutchinson has vowed to continue working with stakeholders in the weeks ahead before calling the proposal for a final vote. The bill would improve data collection by giving the county assessor's office the ability to collect . . .
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