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3rd Distribution of 2018 DeKalb County Property Taxes

DeKalb County Treasurer Christine J. Johnson’s office made the third distribution of DeKalb County real estate taxes on Friday, July 19, 2019. Of the...

In Support of J Doe vs DeKalb School District

Dear Tax Payer, We are asking for your support in the J Doe vs DeKalb School District Complaint filed in District Court on October 4th. A...

Why I formed DeKalb County Taxpayers

DeKalb County Taxpayers began with my own property tax appeal. I received notice of an assessment change with no details to support it and...

District #427 Superintendent Urges County to Settle Tax Issue with Grainger

Kathy Countryman, the superintendent of schools for Sycamore Community School District #427, has written DeKalb County States Attorney Rick Amato a letter to once...

Local Developer files Court Action on Property Tax Issue

Brian Grainger, the developer of the proposed Old Mill Park of Sycamore retirement community, has filed an Emergency Motion with the 23rd Judicial Court...

County Health Department Proposal on Ballot

A proposition to increase property taxes in DeKalb County to go towards the County Health Department. The Health Department has put together a presentation...
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First Real Estate Tax Payment Due Friday

DeKalb County Treasurer Christine J. Johnson would like to remind taxpayers that the first installment of real estate taxes is due Friday, June 3,...

Annual TIF Join Review Board Meeting Notes

So I went to the 2015 TIF Joint Review Board annual meeting. The City of DeKalb was represented by Anne Marie Gaura, Jennifer Diedrich,...

Painful solutions to District 428 debt offered

DeKalb property owners are facing significant increases in real estate taxes due to general obligation debt bond payments from the 2008 $110 million referendum...

Taxpayers on the Hook for Library Grant

The news didn't come as a surprise. It turns out the DeKalb Public Library might not get all of the grant money they were...

As goes University Village so goes DeKalb

As city leaders contemplate a new 10 year strategic plan for the future of DeKalb they must first come to grips with a community...

District 428’s Referendum Debt Obligation To Increase In Burden

Andrea Gorla, Assistant Superintendent of Business and Finance at DeKalb School District 428, told the audience at the DeKalb Area Rental Association quarterly meeting...