Monday, April 1, 2013
All four Republican candidates who won in the Palatine Township primary won trustee seats.
The four Republican candidates who won in the Palatine Township primary on the Better for Palatine Township slate, officially won their seats in Tuesday's general election. Kevin McGrane, Bill Pohlman, Art Goes and Bill Huley were able to top sole Democratic challenger Dexter Stokes for four open trustee seats on the Palatine Township board. The candidates for supervisor, assessor, highway commissioner and clerk ran unopposed. Each seat has a four year term. Trustee Candidates: For more information visit our Palatine General Election 2013 Central page.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Incumbent Palatine Township Assessor Terry Kelly is running unopposed in the special primary election for Palatine Township to be held on February 26.
Palatine Patch will be helping you get to know the candidates for the upcoming special primary for Palatine Township. Meet Palatine Township Assessor candidate Terry Kelly, who is running unopposed in the February 26 special primary election. 1) Name, office being sought, professional background, community affiliations, experiences that you feel qualify you to run for this office. Terry Kelly. Seeking re-election as Township Assessor. I hold a Certified Illinois Assessing Office (CIAO) designation and have completed more than 200 hours of continuing education. I am also an active member of the Lions Club in Palatine. 2) How long have you been a Palatine Township resident? Lifelong resident. I want to continue modernizing the Assessor's …
Monday, November 7, 2011
Palatine Township Assessor Terry Kelly's office will host a seminar Nov. 17 on how to file a property tax appeal.
Monday, November 7, 2011
Palatine Township Assessor Terry Kelly announced in a press release that Palatine Township will be open for Board of Review tax appeals officially starting Nov 8. The filing period ends on Dec 7. Residents can appeal their property’s assessed value twice a year, once with the Cook County Assessor and once with the Board of Review. Residents can, however, stop in prior to Nov. 8 and pre-file an appeal. Reducing the assessed value of your property can help lower your tax bill. If you feel your property is over assessed residents are encouraged to stop by the Township Assessor’s Office at 721 S. Quentin Rd to file an appeal. The direct phone is 847-358-6164. On Thursday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. Assessor Kelly will host a seminar on “How to File an …