Tag: homewood taxes

Dist. 233 business manager: $58m budget will be balanced

The District 233 proposed 2020-21 budget of $58.15 million will be balanced, according to Lawrence Cook, the district’s business manager. At the same time, Cook stressed that “due to these unprecedented times, actual budgetary needs may result in additional savings or more spending” at Homewood-Flossmoor High School. The school board[Read More…]

LaVoute

Homewood temporarily suspends places for eating tax

Restaurants in Homewood were given some relief by the village board Tuesday, as the town’s “places for eating” tax was suspended for March, April and May.  The board approved the measure 6-0 via conference call. Only Mayor Richard Hofeld, Village Manager Jim Marino, Finance Director Dennis Bubenik and Village Attorney[Read More…]

Village expects three percent property tax hike

Homewood residents should expect to see a small increase in their property taxes next year. Finance Director Dennis Bubenik provided the village board with an overview of the tax levy at its Nov. 12 meeting.  You have reached content available exclusively to Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle digital subscribers. Receive a 3-day free[Read More…]

Tax incentive renewal delayed for Homewood property

The Homewood village board tabled the renewal of a tax incentive for a local business at its Jan. 22 meeting. A Class 8 tax designation for a Shell gas station and strip mall at the intersection of Ridge Road and Halsted Street stalled after Trustee Jay Heiferman said it was a chance for[Read More…]

Fall events

Friday, Oct. 7

  • Anew: Building Beyond Violence and Abuse Sneaker Ball fundraiser.

Saturday, Oct. 8

Saturday, Oct. 15

Sunday, Oct. 16

Community Calendar