Lindenhurst survey finds little suppo...

Lindenhurst survey finds little support for TIF

There are 1 comment on the The News-Sun story from Nov 29, 2006, titled Lindenhurst survey finds little support for TIF. In it, The News-Sun reports that:

Almost 300 people, the majority from Lindenhurst, have responded to an online survey about the proposed tax-increment finance district to help fund the proposed Village Green project.

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resident of Lindenhurst


#1 Dec 2, 2006
I moved to Lindenhurst knowing the property taxes would be higher than Cook County...but not as high as my first tax bill was (1/3 higher). I am a senior citizen on a fixed income. If the taxes keep going up I will have to move back to Cook County. We can't aford a TIF development. Who can shop at high end stores if you are being taxed out of your home right now. NO HIGHER TAXES so SOME CORPORATE BUSINESS CAN MAKE PROFITS OFF local residents.

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