Village Board Votes on Tax Hike Monday

Improvement of former Woodfire Restaurant building is also on Board of Trustees’ Agenda.

Deerfield's Village Board votes on next year's tax levy Monday.
Deerfield's Village Board votes on next year's tax levy Monday.

A final vote on Deerfield’s proposed increase of the real estate tax levy for 2014 is scheduled when the Village Board of Trustees meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Village Hall.

If approved, the levy will cost the owner of a $500,000 home in Deerfield $20 more than was paid this year, according to Finance Director Eric Burk. The proposed 2014 budget was given its final okay Nov. 18.

Also on the agenda will be a proposed ordinance enabling Charles Ifergan to improve his property at 360-380 Lake Cook Road. Part of the building includes his salon and another part was the former Woodfire Restaurant. Plans call for a major renovation of the former eatery’s space.

The complete agenda can be found on the Village’s website.

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Walter White December 02, 2013 at 09:01 AM
I'll be holding my breath.


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