Posts Tagged “finances”

Building on Efforts to Protect Illinois Families, Gov. Pritzker Delivers Third Balanced Budget Proposal

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Building on Efforts to Protect Illinois Families, Gov. Pritzker Delivers Third Balanced Budget Proposal

Building on Efforts to Protect Illinois Families, Gov. Pritzker Delivers Third Balanced Budget Proposal Proposed Budget Does Not Increase Income Taxes, Closes Nearly $1 Billion in Corporate Tax Loopholes; Invests in Human Services to Strengthen Safety Net During Pandemic Crisis With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to hurt families across Illinois, Governor JB Pritzker proposed his…

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$17 million invested in Sauk Village announced

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$17 million invested in Sauk Village announced

$17 million invested in Sauk Village announced Mayor Derrick Burgess is very pleased to hear that SET Enterprises in Sauk Village announced that they will be the very first in North America to have a Laser blanking line.  SET provides stamped parts for Ford Motor Company and has been in business in Sauk Village for…

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Town of Cicero honored for Financial Excellence, 7th year

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Town of Cicero honored for Financial Excellence, 7th year

Town of Cicero honored for Financial Excellence, 7th Year On January 19th, 2018 the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) announced that a panel of independent reviewers has completed its examination of  the Town’s Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR)  and has awarded the Town with the GFOA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Popular Annual Financial Reporting…

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Book: “Chicago is not Broke” offers good insights

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Book: “Chicago is not Broke” offers good insights

Book: “Chicago is not Broke” offers good insights CiviLab Publishes crowd-funded book: Chicago is not Broke — Funding the City we Deserve” Author Tom Tresser does 50 public forums across the city The CivicLab (www.civiclab.us) and the TIF Illumination Project (www.tifreports.com) has published a crowd-funded book. “Chicago Is Not Broke. Funding the City We Deserve.”…

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