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State Rep. Dan Ugaste to host free property tax seminar

State Rep. Dan Ugaste, R-Geneva
State Rep. Dan Ugaste, R-Geneva

ST. CHARLES—State Representative Dan Ugaste (R-Geneva) will host a free property tax seminar for residents in Illinois' 65th district, which includes portions of St. Charles, Batavia and Geneva, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. July 23 at Elgin Community College, 1700 Spartan Drive, Building E, Room E100.01. According to a news release from Ugaste's office, the event will help area residents understand the property tax assessment process and learn how to appeal tax assessments. 

The seminar will feature a presentation by Kane County Tax Assessor Mark Armstrong, who will explain how taxes are assessed and how property owners can seek an appeal.

“If you believe your property tax bill is too high, this is an event for you,” stated Rep. Ugaste in a press release. “It will be informative for residents who are concerned about their tax bill and want to know how assessments are determined. It will also explain the appeal process, so those who believe their assessment is unfair can be armed with all the information they need to correctly navigate the appeal process. I would encourage all area residents to attend to learn more!”

Contact Rep. Ugaste’s District Office at 630-797-5530 for more information.

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