Johnsburg raises tax levy
JOHNSBURG – Johnsburg residents can expect property taxes that go to the village in 2013 to go up.
The Johnsburg Village Board unanimously passed a property-tax levy of $1,028,457, a 4.99 percent increase over what it received last year. One board member, John Huemann, was absent.
The village’s total estimated property value fell in 2012, despite $5 million worth of new growth, most of that coming from Walmart, Village Administrator Claudett Peters said. The village captured some of the growth from Walmart last year, but next year it will collect the rest, which will be “the bulk of the value,” Peters said.
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