Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas is issuing $25.4 million in refunds this month to nearly 11,500 property owners who overpaid their First Installment property taxes earlier this year, Pappas announced in a news release on Wednesday. Property owners who paid their property taxes online will see the money automatically credited to their bank or credit card accounts. Pappas’ office has delivered about $82 million in total property tax refunds to 121,000 property owners since launching the automatic refund program in July 2018, according to the office.
The Chicago Department of Public Health will join Ald. Jason Ervin (28) and Ald. Michael Scott (24) to host two public “planning sessions” for the Altenheim Line, a two-mile section of elevated rail that runs between Taylor Street and Fillmore Street from California Avenue to Kostner Avenue. The first session is planned for 5 p.m. on Oct. 7 at the DRW College Prep Main Hall, and the second session will be held virtually at 5 p.m. on Oct. 14. Online registration is required for the virtual session.
Chicago Department of Transportation Comm. Gia Biagi will join Ald. Harry Osterman (48) and Deputy Mayor Samir Mayekar at 5:30 p.m. Thursday to cut the ribbon on a "Chicago Alfresco" site that "provides expanded car-free space for outdoor dining and other community activities" at Argyle Street and Sheridan Road.
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