Commissioners have called on representatives from the Civic Consulting Alliance and Assessor Joe Berrios’ office “to present and discuss the results” of the study analyzing Cook County’s property tax assessment system (18-2142) at a Finance Committee hearing scheduled for 11:30 a.m. today. That study, released earlier this month, found that the system is more variable and regressive than industry standards, leading to low-value homeowners paying more, and high-value homeowners paying less.

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