08112019CM0272SPRINGFIELD – State Senator Rachelle Crowe will serve as a strong voice for Metro East residents as co-chair on Illinois’ new state task force, to study how to relieve the burden of high property taxes, the Glen Carbon Democrat announced today.

“I’m looking forward to researching property taxes and reporting back with comprehensive solutions,” Crowe said. “This burden affects the majority of adults in Illinois, and I commend my colleague and friend, Senator Andy Manar, for passing this legislation.”

The Task Force will make recommendations for the development of administrative, electoral, and legislative efforts at property tax relief.

“This task force is one of the first steps in that process and I’m confident that by bringing Democrats and Republicans together to talk about this issue, we’ll be able to work together to find the solutions we need,” State Senator Andy Manar (D-Bunker Hill) said.

In addition to lawmakers like Crowe, the Department of Revenue and the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget will also work together on the task force.

The initiative was created by Senate Bill 1932, in a unanimous vote in both the House and Senate. The task force’s first report is due Dec. 31, 2019.

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