Harvard Sales Tax Hike and Crystal Lake Insider Term Lengthening Referendums Fail

Here are the results for the proposal from the Crystal Lake Park Board to lengthen their terms for four to six years.

Now, if voters revolt in a year in which four park district commissioners are up, they can take control of this taxing district.

Not likely to ever happen, but, had the referendum passed, the maximum number of seats open would have been three of the seven commissioners.

In Harvard, voters shot down a proposal to add one percentage point to the sales tax.

No school district was brave enough to put a tax hike proposal on the ballot.

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