Orr: TIF reform worth $44M annually at no cost to taxpayers
With pension tax vote looming, Clerk urges renewed TIF debate
Cook County Clerk David Orr, responding to the city of Chicago’s plans to shift the burden of its pension obligations onto the backs of homeowners, city workers and retirees, called today for a renewed debate on Chicago’s TIF monies and offered new TIF solutions worth $44 million annually at no cost to taxpayers.
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