A look at Cook County’s property tax appeals board
Back by popular demand: The Back Room Deal features radio personality and longtime Reader political writer Ben Joravsky arguing local Chicago politics with Reader senior writer Maya Dukmasova. With sharp […]
Donors to the governor get help from the speaker’s property tax game.
Reintroducing Robert Shaw, the former alderman who wants to challenge Rahm
Would-be assessor Joe Berrios doesn’t have to win over taxpayers. He just has to keep Forrest Claypool off the ballot.
Confused by the phaseout of the 7% property tax cap? Here’s the deal, from the annals of Ben Joravsky’s property tax reporting.
Joe Berrios, chairman of the Cook County Regular Democratic Organization, member of the county board of review, Springfield lobbyist, and candidate for Cook County assessor. Greg Hinz’s post on him […]
Mayor Daley’s proposal to extend the deadline for filing property tax assessment appeals means that most people will wind up paying more in taxes.
It’s business as usual in the city of Chicago, as Michael Tadin and the Clout Cafe get sweetheart deals.
Dueling–and misleading–mailings in the race for commissioner of the Cook County Board of review.
An eloquent argument for reelection.
A shakeup at the Cook County Board of Review doesn’t change a thing for property-tax payers.