Posts tagged "Cook County Board"

Cook County Commissioner Summer Fun Update

From the office of Cook County Commissioner Timothy O. Schneider… Fishing Fun Cook County Commissioner Timothy O. Schneider’s Fishing Derby Sunday June 12, 2011 from 9am – Noon at Busse Woods Grove 25 Celebrate a summer day fishing at Busse Woods, a Cook County forest preserve, with some of your friends and family. Bring your... Read more »

Cook County Commissioner Tim Schneider: Summer Fun

From the office of Tim O. Schneider, Cook County Commissioner, 15th District… Forest Preserve Info Did you know that the Cook County Forest Preserve has launched a brand new website? Just in time for some great outdoor activities, take a look at their new website and let me know what you think. http://fpdcc.com/ Forest Preserve... Read more »

Cook County Board: Where a Politician Refuses to Say Something Like a Normal Person... Again

-By Warner Todd Huston You gotta hand it to new Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle. Not only has she risen above her goofy name and won a highly important political position, but she’s achieved the art of almost saying something that she means. Of course there’s another thing you have to hand to her.... Read more »
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Cook County Property Tax Appeal Seminar

Seminar includes a presentation by Cook County Board of Review Commissioner Dan Patlak followed by an opportunity to file an appeal. When: Thursday, April 28, 2011 – 6:00 PM Where: Hanover Township Senior Center 240 South Route 59 Bartlett, IL 60103 Sponsored by: Cook County Commissioner Timothy O. Schneider Hanover Township Assessor Thomas S. Smogolski... Read more »

Happy Holidays And Other News

From the Office of Cook County Commissioner Timothy O. Schneider… Commissioner Timothy O. Schneider sworn in December 6, 2010 On Monday, December 6th, 2010, Commissioner Timothy O. Schneider took the oath of office for his second term on the Cook County Board. Over the next four years, Commissioner Schneider will continue to fight to reduce... Read more »

Democrat Hires Entire Family to Run Town of 200 Residents (Media Forgets to Mention He's a Democrat)

-By Warner Todd Huston Newly elected Cook County Commissioner Jeff Tobolski is leaving the office of mayor of the Village of McCook, Illinois. Now, a few weeks after the election, the Chicago Sun-Times reports that he and his father before him have filled village government with relatives from top to bottom raking in a combined... Read more »
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County Gov't Update: Property Tax Info and More

From the office of Timothy O. Schneider, Cook County Commissioner… Property Tax Information Residents should have received their 2009 2nd installment property tax bills last week. The property tax bills are due December 13, 2010. Many people in the Northwest suburbs noticed an increase in their property tax bill this year. The Illinois Department of... Read more »

Watch Our New Ad: Re-elect Tony Peraica

From the office of Cook County Commissioner Tony Peraica… Last Chance to Vote Early Ends Thursday Please click here to watch our new ad and remember to vote early or on November 2. Early Voting and Vote by Mail end this Thursday, October 28. That’s right — there are only a few days left to... Read more »

Another Corrupt Stroger Associate Arrested

-By Warner Todd Huston Another one of Cook County Board President Todd Stroger’s top aides was arrested for a money laundering scheme on Monday, Oct. 4. Stroger aide Carla Oglesby is accused of funneling a county no-bid contract to her own privately held public relations firm. The $24,975 contract falls under the “24-9″ rule where... Read more »
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Carl Segvich for Cook County Commissioner (11th District)

-By Warner Todd Huston Republican Carl Segvich is running against John Daley, soon to be former Mayor Daley’s brother, for Cook County Board from the 11th District. http://www.segvich.com/. Segvih’s goals are to enhance private sector job opportunities, balance the budget, and cut waste. Segvich wants to cut taxes to promote economic growth and will stand... Read more »