Thursday, March 12, 2009

Monday Night Football in March????


Looks as if we might just see a good game on Monday evening as two lines (for the Defense....the incumbent Assessors and for the Offense....the Assessor Candidates) will be officiated by the Citizens Action Project.

Lake County township assessor candidates will participate in a moderated forum hosted by Citizens Action Project (CAP) on Monday at 7 p.m. at Byron Colby Barn in Grayslake.

The forum will allow assessor candidates to express their views and for residents to ask questions, in advance of the April 7 election.

"Since we formed CAP, we have said that township assessors have the most power and influence in making the assessment process fair and transparent," said CAP president John Wasik. "We find it of the utmost importance to give the public a forum in which to decide where to cast their vote."

Candidates from Avon, Ela, Fremont, Moraine and West Deerfield townships have been invited.

The event is open to the public. A $5 donation is suggested.

For more information, e-mail info@citizensactionproject.org or visit www.citizensactionproject.org .

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

That could get ugly!

Strawberry Shortcake said...

Maybe Rick Dishman will show up and bestow his infinite wisdom upon us all about how brilliant he is and how he is not to blame for his MASSIVE over ASSessments of our properties. Maybe I can bring an apple pie with me and entice him to lower my assessments.

Anonymous said...

Where was Dishman? He can't even face his own constituents.
But Ed Sullivan was the worst, he tells everyone he is a state rep, then says that he has three people working 35 hours or less in his office and if we want assessments to match comparable homes, we need to be taxed more so he can hire more staff. Hey Ed, why don't you do your job, quit the state rep thing and actually work as an assessor.