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Iroquois County MOBILE HOME TAXES DUE

County Treasurer, Mindy Kuntz Hagan, announced that the deadline to pay mobile home taxes without penalty is Monday, May 1, 2017. After that date, as required by the Illinois statutes, a $25.00 per month late fee not to exceed $100.00 will be charged.

The Treasurer’s Office is open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Both coupons should be presented when making payments in person or by mail. The late fee will not be assessed if payments have a postmark of May 1, 2017. Unpaid taxes will result in a lien being filed on the mobile home.

There is a drop box at the Administrative Center near the entrance of the 911 Center. Payments can be dropped off during non-office hours.


Mobile Home Privilege tax bills were mailed out on Wednesday,March 1, 2017. If you are responsible for payment and have not received a bill, please contact our office to obtain a copy of the bill (815) 432-6985. Failure to receive a tax bill will not relieve you from paying taxes or late penalties.

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Iroquois County Senior Homestead Freeze

Robert A. Yergler, Chief County Assessment Officer wishes to remind senior citizens that the deadline to file the 2017 Senior Citizens Homestead Assessment Freeze, Department of Revenue form PTAX 340 is JULY 1, 2017.

The application needs to be filed with the County Assessment Office. If you think you may qualify to file this application, but could not leave your home to obtain assistance in completing the necessary form, Volunteer Services has Outreach Staff that will come to your home to assist you.

Please call the Volunteer Services Office at 815-432-5785, if you need assistance.

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Fundraiser: Walk A Mile in Her Shoes

KC-CASA + ISAS are hosting its 10th Annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes® at the K.V.P.D. RecCenter TODAY (Friday, 4/21). As the name of the walk indicates, participants are encouraged to wear women’s shoes as a symbol of their commitment to this important cause.

Citizens are invited to participate in this walk, and encouraged to assemble a team of 5-10 men/women to join organizers. The purpose of this activity is to empower men and raise awareness of men’s violence against women.

The cost of participating is $10 per walker ($8 per walker for teams of 5 or more). Day of registration begins at 11am.

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Indiana farmers fight food insecurity

Urban and rural farms in Indiana are working to provide more opportunities for residents to get fresh, nutritious and local produce.

The Lafayette Journal and Courier reports food sharing initiatives, such as urban farms, are growing in places like Fort Wayne, Indianapolis and Lafayette.

Indianapolis’s Flanner House partnered with farmer Johnathan Lawler to open an urban farm, which hopes to distribute 40,000 pounds of produce to food deserts this year.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports almost 15 percent of Indiana households were food insecure between 2013 and 2015, meaning they had limited access to nutritionally adequate food.

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Deadline for Indiana lawmakers to strike budget deal

Indiana lawmakers had set a Friday deadline to reach an agreement on the state’s next two-year budget and raising taxes to pay for improvements to the state’s crumbling infrastructure.

But with just hours left in this year’s legislative session, the House and the Senate were still far apart on some key tax provisions. That’s put some other pieces of Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb’s agenda in limbo.

Holcomb, the House, and the Senate still need to find agreement not just on how much, but also how to raise taxes.

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