Homewood held a public hearing Tuesday, Sept. 28, regarding the proposed Kedzie Gateway TIF district, which would include properties near the intersection of 183rd Street and Kedzie Avenue.
The public hearing was a required step in the process of creating the new tax increment financing district. The board could has to wait at least two weeks but not more than 90 days to make its final decision.
The hearing opened with a presentation by a Bob Rychlicki, executive vice president of Kane, McKenna and Associates, the consulting firm the village hired to manage TIF district development.
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