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Property Tax Appeals Seminar for Rogers Park homeowners

Posted on August 21, 2012


Cook County Commissioner Larry Suffredin, Cook County Board of Review
Commissioner Michael Cabonargi, Aldermen Joe Moore and Debra Silverstein,
State Senators Ira Silverstein and Heather Steans, and State Representatives
Lou Lang and Kelly Cassidy are hosting two property tax assessment appeal
seminars for Rogers Park Township residents.

There will be two seminars:

1. Wednesday, August 29, 2012 from 6:00 pm until 7:30 pm at the Croatian
Cultural Center, 2845 W. Devon Ave., Chicago, IL
2. Tuesday, September 11, 2012 from 6:00 pm until 7:30 pm at the Loyola Park
Field House, 1230 Greenleaf, Chicago, IL

The seminar will inform homeowners how to determine whether they were over
assessed, where to gather evidence for an appeal with the Board of Review
and how to fill out and file the assessment complaint form for the 2012
assessment year. This assessment will be for taxes to be paid in Fall 2013.
Rogers Park Township homeowners have until September 18, 2012 to submit
their complaint forms to the Board of Review.

Commissioner Suffredin commented, “Appealing your property tax assessment to
the Cook County Board of Review is one of the best ways to keep your
property taxes as low as possible. I encourage every Rogers Park homeowner
to submit an appeal to the Board of Review every year.”

Taxpayers are encouraged to bring their Tax Bill, Assessment Notice or
Property Identification Number to the seminar in order to complete and
submit complaint forms at the seminar.

Taxpayers may also appeal property tax assessment(s) by visiting the Cook
County Board of Review website at or in
person at:

Main Office – Cook County Board of Review
County Building, Room 601, 118 N. Clark Street, Chicago IL 60602
312-603-5542, Hours 9am-5pm

Skokie Office – Cook County Board of Review, Skokie Satellite Office
5600 Old Orchard Road, Room 155, Skokie, Il 60076
2nd Municipal District, Circuit Court Building
847-470-7522, Hours: 9am-5pm

For more information about the seminar, call the office of Commissioner
Larry Suffredin, 847-864-1209.

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