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Local Announcement: Tax Payers Can Now View Bills On Line

County, Treasurer, Kurt Albers, has announced that Iroquois County tax payers can now view and print previously paid tax bills by visiting www.iroquoisil.devnetwedge.com

If you have any questions, please call the Treasurer’s Office at 815-432-6985

2019 payable 2020 property tax bills are expected to go out sometime in June. Be sure to contact the assessment office at 815-432-6978 prior to tax bills going out for any name or address changes or to see if you qualify for any exemptions.

Visit www.iroquois.il.us/offices/assessment for a full list and explanation of exemptions

NEWS LETTER UPDATE: JOHN DEERE PROGRAM 6:30PM March 31st

John Deere: a Discussion of the History and Future of Agriculture

The program will be presented March 31st at 6:30 PM. Using the format of a first person dialogue, Brian Ellis will portray Deere in the setting of a private board meeting as Deere announces his retirement from John Deere & Company. During the portrayal, Ellis will show the founder of the company reflecting on his life of successes and struggles. Ellis is an internationally acclaimed author, storyteller, historian, and naturalist who lives in Bishop Hill, Illinois. He has worked with the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield and the Field Museum in Chicago. The Friends of the Watseka Public Library group is hosting the program which is free and open to the public . The Illinois Humanities Council has provided funding for the program: Ellis is a participant in the Council’s Road Scholars Speakers Bureau.

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