Romeoville to increase property tax levy for 2012 by 8.90%

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Taxpayer

Romeoville, IL

#1 Dec 8, 2012
Has anyone notice in this week's Bugle, page 5 Legal Notice:
"A public hearing to approve a proposed property tax levy increase for Village of Romeoville for 2012 will be held on December 19, 2012 at 6:10pm at 1050 W Romeo Rd, Romeoville IL.
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The corporate and special purpose property taxes extended or abated for 2011 were $11,880,567.
The proposed corporate and special purpose property taxes to be levied for 2012 are $13,150,000. This represents 10.68% increase.
The total property taxes extended or abated for 2011 were $12,852,637.
The estimated total property taxes to be levied for 2012 are $13,996,473. This represents an 8.90% increase over the previous year."

RIP John Noak.
April 9, 2013
Truth

Chicago, IL

#2 Dec 8, 2012
Taxpayer wrote:
Has anyone notice in this week's Bugle, page 5 Legal Notice:
"A public hearing to approve a proposed property tax levy increase for Village of Romeoville for 2012 will be held on December 19, 2012 at 6:10pm at 1050 W Romeo Rd, Romeoville IL.
...
The corporate and special purpose property taxes extended or abated for 2011 were $11,880,567.
The proposed corporate and special purpose property taxes to be levied for 2012 are $13,150,000. This represents 10.68% increase.
The total property taxes extended or abated for 2011 were $12,852,637.
The estimated total property taxes to be levied for 2012 are $13,996,473. This represents an 8.90% increase over the previous year."
RIP John Noak.
April 9, 2013
This is why stupid people shouldn't be allowed to post. This topic comes up in every municipality every year that is on a May fiscal year. It just seems this time itís a stupid person with an agenda.

The final property taxes for Romeoville are not set until the budget is set in APRIL! Municipalities are simply required to set their levy before December 31st for the maximum amount. For the past 15 YEARS the village has set this amount higher in order to account for new development (long before the current administration) and each year the final amount goes back DOWN. The levy that is set in December is meaningless until the final budget is set in APRIL.

Now we know property taxes are hard for you to understand but the reality is that Romeoville's municipal portion of the total property taxes has actually gone DONE. Almost everyone pays less today than they did when the current mayor started. Since this information is available to the public we challenge you to prove us wrong. Check you might learn something. However we doubt you do since it is clear that you have a political agenda.

Oh and in addition to lower municipal property taxes the current board and mayor started the FIRST ever property tax REBATE program.

Yet another thing you need to understand is the levy will increase because NEW buildings are being built. And that is because this administration has been successful.

If that's the best you can come up with then the Mayor and Board have nothing to worry about from you.
Truth

Chicago, IL

#3 Dec 8, 2012
Truth wrote:
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This is why stupid people shouldn't be allowed to post. This topic comes up in every municipality every year that is on a May fiscal year. It just seems this time itís a stupid person with an agenda.
The final property taxes for Romeoville are not set until the budget is set in APRIL! Municipalities are simply required to set their levy before December 31st for the maximum amount. For the past 15 YEARS the village has set this amount higher in order to account for new development (long before the current administration) and each year the final amount goes back DOWN. The levy that is set in December is meaningless until the final budget is set in APRIL.
Now we know property taxes are hard for you to understand but the reality is that Romeoville's municipal portion of the total property taxes has actually gone DONE. Almost everyone pays less today than they did when the current mayor started. Since this information is available to the public we challenge you to prove us wrong. Check you might learn something. However we doubt you do since it is clear that you have a political agenda.
Oh and in addition to lower municipal property taxes the current board and mayor started the FIRST ever property tax REBATE program.
Yet another thing you need to understand is the levy will increase because NEW buildings are being built. And that is because this administration has been successful.
If that's the best you can come up with then the Mayor and Board have nothing to worry about from you.
Looks like we got caught by auto correct. It should read "DOWN". Our apologies.
Resident

United States

#4 Dec 10, 2012
do I need to give my $20 rebate back?
Troll Patrol

Chicago, IL

#5 Dec 10, 2012
Resident wrote:
do I need to give my $20 rebate back?
Once again the topix trolls are out in mass. It must be time for an election when you all come out of your holes every four years. Just can' t help yourselves from trying to make something out of nothing.
1050Romeo

Romeoville, IL

#6 Dec 11, 2012
Village Hall-TIF
Downtown(without future)-TIF
Crazy Rock-TIF
Noak with no limit credit card, not good for your wallet and your health
Troll Patrol

Chicago, IL

#7 Dec 11, 2012
1050Romeo wrote:
Village Hall-TIF
Downtown(without future)-TIF
Crazy Rock-TIF
Noak with no limit credit card, not good for your wallet and your health
Village hall- Fred's plan
1050Romeo

Romeoville, IL

#8 Dec 12, 2012
Troll Patrol wrote:
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Village hall- Fred's plan
this is so Obama like, pointing finger at prior administration.
"I didn't do it, he did it!!!!!"
On the Wall

Chicago, IL

#9 Dec 12, 2012
1050Romeo wrote:
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this is so Obama like, pointing finger at prior administration.
"I didn't do it, he did it!!!!!"
Somebody can't handle the truth.
1050Romeo

Romeoville, IL

#10 Dec 12, 2012
How about 15 mil. bond sale in Jan /13 ??
8 mil. going for event center where is rest going? grocery store?? not!

noak is addicted to borrowing, we will pay!
RHS Fan

Romeoville, IL

#11 Dec 12, 2012
1050Romeo wrote:
How about 15 mil. bond sale in Jan /13 ??
8 mil. going for event center where is rest going? grocery store?? not!
noak is addicted to borrowing, we will pay!
You really are a complete idiot aren't you. You have no idea how TIF district's work. Oh and by the way where was your lazy behind for the last 8 years as everyone else (not just the mayor) was working on this? Let's see there's a citizen and business committee that all support what they are doing. You clearly didn't show up to any of those dozens upon dozens of meetings. Oh then there were the multiple public meetings and public surveys. Once again you weren't there. And then there are the PROFESSIONAL consultants that specialize in these types of projects that also agree. Let's not forget the other real estate, developmen groups, and private investors that also agree. Oh and the 200 or so residents that attended the ground breaking that also agree. And lets see you weren't there for any of it.

A TIF CAN NOT fund a grocery store you IDIOT! Get it through your head already. Learn the law and stop making crap up. The residents are not at risk for any of this its paid for by the TIF.
1050Romeo

Romeoville, IL

#12 Dec 13, 2012
wow!
Vote Noak Out VNO

Romeoville, IL

#13 Dec 13, 2012
Mr. Mayor, can you give us all a favor and resign!
you killing us with your spending!
Restore America

Plainfield, IL

#14 Dec 14, 2012
Vote Noak Out VNO wrote:
Mr. Mayor, can you give us all a favor and resign!
you killing us with your spending!
And your alternate choice is? Just like at the Federal and State levels the people (Obamatards and Quinnheads) get what they deserve. Consequences are a Beeatch.

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David

Romeoville, IL

#15 Dec 14, 2012
Vote Noak Out VNO wrote:
Mr. Mayor, can you give us all a favor and resign!
you killing us with your spending!
You are a clueless troll trying to spread their political lies again.

The village spends less today than when the current mayor and board took over. The village for the first time in its history started giving residents a rebate for prorerty taxes under the current mayor and board. Almost every resident pays less on the village's portion the property taxes than they did then the current mayor and board took over. The current mayor and board have brought in more grants than at any point in the history of this community. And they just announced a surplus for not just this year, but every year they've been in office.

Sounds like you have no idea what you are talking about. Or you just don't care that your wrong and want to continue to spread lies for your own warped political cause. Either way your still going to lose.
1050Romeo

Romeoville, IL

#16 Dec 18, 2012
David wrote:
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You are a clueless troll trying to spread their political lies again.
The village spends less today than when the current mayor and board took over. The village for the first time in its history started giving residents a rebate for prorerty taxes under the current mayor and board. Almost every resident pays less on the village's portion the property taxes than they did then the current mayor and board took over. The current mayor and board have brought in more grants than at any point in the history of this community. And they just announced a surplus for not just this year, but every year they've been in office.
Sounds like you have no idea what you are talking about. Or you just don't care that your wrong and want to continue to spread lies for your own warped political cause. Either way your still going to lose.
$20 made a big difference in my life this year...how about yours?
Truth

Chicago, IL

#17 Dec 18, 2012
1050Romeo wrote:
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$20 made a big difference in my life this year...how about yours?
Actually we know a lot of seniors and families that an extra $20 really does help. You are a really bitter person that complains when they are getting money back. Btw Romeoville is the only community doing well enough to ever be able to help this way. What sad bitter person you are.
1050Romeo

Romeoville, IL

#18 Dec 19, 2012
anyone speaking in public hearing Wednesday night?
Truth

Chicago, IL

#19 Dec 19, 2012
1050Romeo wrote:
anyone speaking in public hearing Wednesday night?
You continue to miss the facts and supply none of your own. The village has been setting the levy higher in December for years now. This was done under the last three mayors including Dewald. The levy is meaningless! because the village doesn't set its budget until April. It is the budget not the levy that will determine your taxes. The levy is simply a legal requirement of the county.
Julia

Plainfield, IL

#20 Dec 19, 2012
How anyone can defend Noak's spending is beyond me. NOAK SPENDS AND BORROWS WAY TOO MUCH MONEY!!!!

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