A Flossmoor taxpayer with a home valued at $200,000 may see an increase to the village portion of their taxes of around $11 if the municipality moves forward with a 2021 tax levy estimate approved this week.
The village board voted unanimously the evening of Monday, Nov. 1, to approve an estimate for the levy of $6.83 million, up 1.06% over last year’s $6.75 million extension. With the Flossmoor Public Library’s levy of $1.48 million included, the total levy would be $8.31 million if it receives final approval from the village board . . .
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