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Policymakers must focus on reducing property taxes in 2022

Property taxes are a huge burden on Illinois residents and small businesses. Politicians on both sides of the aisle understand they are oppressive and drive people out of Illinois. Politicians throughout the state, and all levels of government, acknowledge that solutions must be put forth and moved forward to stabilize property taxes.

 

In his Daily Herald Business Ledger column, SBAC President Elliot Richardson details why policymakers should prioritize issues surrounding property taxes in order to keep people in Illinois and improve our economy.

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We’ve been busy advocating for you!

By patti@sbacil.org | October 6, 2022

We’ve been busy advocating for the small business comunity! It’s been a busy past few weeks for the SBAC. Our fight to revitalize local business districts continues fervently.  We are committed to meeting our Illinois Alders individually to discuss our SBAC Agenda and how to build a better Illinois. Small businesses are the heart of…

NRC New Look, New Logo, Same Mission

By patti@sbacil.org | October 6, 2022

New Look, New Logo, Same Mission In our 2nd year of actively and ardently working to revitalize neighborhoods throughout Chicago, we thought we’d bring a fresh new look to the incredible work that the SBAC and a robust group of chamber partners have spearheaded. We continue to advocate for policy reform to reduce vacancies, cut…

Hear From our NRC Coalition Partners

By patti@sbacil.org | September 22, 2022

The Small Business Advocacy Council and a coalition of engaged stakeholders have come together to revitalize, empower, and connect commercial corridors in the Chicagoland area. This is a collaborative effort involving grassroots engagement, policy advocacy, and educational initiatives. Our coalition looks to address the vacant property crisis in Cook County, cut red tape that burdens…

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