Assessment Quality in McHenry County After the Last Township Election

Every so often, it seems useful to share measurements of assessment quality among McHenry County Townships. These are basically measures of the work of township assessors, although the quality of their work can be increased or decreased by changes made … Continue reading

County Releases Assessment Quality Statistics

Assessors use something called a “Coefficient of Dispersion” to measure the quality of assessments. It’s something like the margin of error used in political polls. The McHenry County Supervisor of Assessments has provided the following data from 2015.  This is … Continue reading

Cary Grade School Board President Says County Tax Hike Wipes Out D26 Tax Cut

Posted under this article by Cary Elementary School Board President Scott Coffey: Between the audio of the meeting and some of these comments, I’m finding it difficult to find a factually correct statement. They’re either flat out wrong or exactly … Continue reading

Tax Protest Against McHenry County – Part 2

The second tax protest attack against McHenry County’s Highway Department levies is below: MCHENRY COUNTY MATCHING TAX FUND – EXCESSIVE ACCUMULATION Moreover, the 2015 McHenry County audit memorialized The Matching Fund had a surplus of $16,233,946 at the end of … Continue reading