Flossmoor School District 161’s board of education and administrators are facing some complicated choices when it comes to its 2021 tax levy. Associate Superintendent Fran LaBella on Monday, Nov. 8, gave the board of education the first in what she said will be a series of presentations regarding this year’s[Read More…]
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The District 153 school board approved a $15.46 million 2020 levy at its Nov. 23 meeting. It reflects a 3% increase over the previous year. In a report to the board, John Gibson, chief school business manager, said the levy stays within the 2.3% Consumer Price Index increase. It maximizes[Read More…]
The District 233 school board reviewed its proposed 2020 levy that shows an increase of $917,748. The $40.8 million levy holds to the state tax cap law and follows the Consumer Price Index of 2.3%, according to Lawrence Cook, the district’s business manager, who addressed members at the regular board[Read More…]
It remains unclear whether members of the Homewood-Flossmoor High School District 233 School Board will come together next month to unanimously approve the district’s annual tax levy amount.
Wondering how to consume cannabis products in Homewood and stay within the rules established by the new state law allowing for recreational use? The details might be clearer after Tuesday’s village board meeting.
The Homewood village board approved a 3.59 percent increase in the real estate tax levy over the previous year at its Dec. 11 meeting. The board also witnessed the swearing in of Patrick McAneny, the new assistant director of public works.
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[Read More…]
The Homewood-Flossmoor Park District is proposing a 4.8 percent increase in the 2018 tax levy. The park board will adopt the levy at its Dec. 4 meeting. It expects to raise $5.44 million next year.
High School District 233 will collect 2.5 percent more in property taxes next year, if the Homewood-Flossmoor High School board approves its estimated levy in December. Not every property owner will see an increase, as property values in the district also are expected to rise. The estimated levy, adopted unanimously[Read More…]
The Homewood Public Library is not expecting to see an increase in its tax levy, according to Amy Crump, executive director. The board will accept public comment on the proposed levy at a hearing at 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at the library, 17917 Dixie Highway. The board’s regular[Read More…]