Wheatland Township Democrats - News & Issues

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Naperville property tax bills to rise

The city's portion of the tax bill is about 10 or 11 percent of the total property tax bill, according to Finance Director Rachel Mayer.

The property tax increase is smaller than one that was discussed in October. At that time, councilmen were looking at an increase of $47 for the average homeowner. Councilman Bob Fieseler, who suggested that decrease, said Tuesday that it should go even lower.

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