County officials offer help to flood victims seeking property assessment relief
Residents who sustained substantial damage to their homes during the April 18 flooding may be eligible for some relief.
The process they'll have to go through to seek reductions in their property assessments, though, will vary on where they live.
Property owners in Lyons Township will have 30 days to file an appeal of their assessment with the Cook County assessor's office starting toward the end of the month, said Maura Kownacki, spokeswoman for Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios. But the deadline for filing for assessment reduction with the assessor's office expired Feb. 28 for people who live in Riverside Township, so they'll have to file an assessment appeal with the Cook County Board of Review, she said.
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