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Finance chair rips county officials over late property tax bills
If second-half bills are pushed into 2023, taxpayers would not be able to deduct them from this year’s taxes. That’s one reason John Daley is pushing Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi and Board of Review Chairman Larry Rogers to solve the problem. Read more at...
Your tax bill will be late, Cook County. Here’s why that’s not good news.
Read more at https://www.chicagobusiness.com/opinion/cook-county-tax-bill-delay-will-hurt-local-governments-crains-editorial.
Kaegi botched COVID tax relief
The Cook County assessor cut values based on jobs he thought neighborhoods would lose due to the pandemic. It was a wild miscalculation that worked out well for some, including Mayor Lori Lightfoot, not so well for residents of a poor South Side neighborhood.
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