Montgomery officials hope some possible changes to a proposed TIF, including allowing property owners who object to drop out, could ease tension among residents, according to a report.
Village trustees and community members are mulling a proposed tax increment finance district for more than thousand acres along Orchard and Aucutt roads, Sun-Times Media reports. Residents who have been attending public hearings on the proposal spoke up about what impact the TIF could have on the village.
A vote is expected for mid-January, the report states.Click here to read the full report.
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