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Location: Schaumburg IL
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Congressional Art Competition

Attention everybody from the 8th Congressional DistrictSubmissions are now being accepted for the 2012 Congressional Art Competition! This competition is open to all high school students in Illinois'…Continue

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Vehicle Stickers No Longer Required by Village Reminder... Annual Schaumburg vehicle stickers are no longer required. Residents may purchase an optional community pride sticker for $1 from the…Continue

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Comment by jackie menconi on January 22, 2011 at 9:07am
Township Announces Triennial Reassessment Notices 
January 17, 2011
Schaumburg Township Assessor John R. Lawson Announces the Mailing of the Triennial Reassessment Notices 
Schaumburg Township Assessor John R. Lawson announced today that all property taxpayers in Schaumburg Township will receive a notice stating “Notice of Proposed Assessed Valuation” in the mail from the Cook County Assessors Office. The notices will be mailed January 19, 2011.  The Cook County Assessor’s Office reassesses your home every three years. Once you receive the notice you will be able to file an appeal.  The deadline to an appeal with the Schaumburg Township Assessor’s Office will be February 22, 2011.   
For complete information, please see attached document from the Assessor's office or visit their website.
Comment by jackie menconi on December 15, 2010 at 7:59pm
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Lou Malnati’s reimbursed with TIF funds

The Schaumburg Village Board reimbursed Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria about $76,500 for work on the historic building that houses the restaurant, but not without objection from a mayoral candidate.

Roof repairs and upgrades to make the 1 S. Roselle Rd. site handicapped accessible were completed last month.  The restaurant requested reimbursement from a Tax Increment Financing district fund for the Old Schaumburg Center area, which the board unanimously approved Tuesday night.

Before the vote, Brian Costin, who is running against longtime Village President Al Larson, asked the board to reject the request, saying the business should pay, not taxpayers.  He also noted the village already spent $1.5 million on parking lot improvements in the Old Schaumburg Center area – also from the TIF district fund.

“Enough is enough,” Costin said.

In a TIF district, increases in property tax revenue for schools, libraries, parks and other taxing bodies are frozen for 23 years. That revenue is put into a  fund to pay for development projects that improve the area, like the Lou Malnati’s project. The goal is to improve and encourage development in blighted areas, eventually resulting in more property tax revenue.

The Old Schaumburg Center TIF expires in 2013.

Village Manager Ken Fritz said the money requested by Lou Malnati’s isn’t general taxpayer money but rather the taxes paid into the TIF by property owners in the Old Schaumburg area. The money was intended for such projects, he said.

Comment by carol ann parisi on December 14, 2010 at 6:43am

Thanks Jackie...lets get more folks to join that are in Schaumburg!!!


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