Mayor Raymond Rogina, acting as Liquor Control Commissioner, enforced local liquor ordinances for one local business at a hearing before the St. Charles Liquor Control Commission on April 15, 2019.
- Deepa Foods, Inc. d/b/a 7-Eleven, 2400 E. Main Street. Suite 116, was cited for a liquor tax violation. Licensee was required to pay a $250 fine and $500 in court costs.
Determining the property tax levy is a multi-step process that incorporates several public meetings which allow for resident input. That process kicks off in the fall with the presentation to the City Council of a preliminary estimate of next year's (2019) property tax levy.
The property tax levy collected by the City helps fund 24/7 police, fire and public works services, planning, engineering and much more.
Why is it the 2019 Levy and Not the 2020 Levy?
The best, most comprehensive information on residential property taxes can be found right on property tax bills. The bills contain a breakdown of the amounts distributed to each taxing body and a comparison of last year's rates to the current year.