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    The Cook County Board of Commissioners meets in March 2023. [Don Vincent/The Daily Line]

    It has been more than six months since the Cook County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution that called for a cost-comparison analysis on the software systems used for property tax administration and a subsequent presentation on the analysis to the county’s Technology and Innovation Committee, and the county agencies tasked with delivering on the resolution’s requirements have blown past the deadline.

    But according to the Board of Review, an extension was necessary, as expected, because the office needed to focus on getting property tax bills out as efficiently as possible and completing a computer system-related project.

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