September Event: Is Chicago’s Fiscal Crisis Over? | The Impact of New Taxes And What We Should Expect In Coming Years

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Following up on our successful Anniversary Celebration in May, The Daily Line (formerly Aldertrack) held its Quarterly Refresh: a networking and panel discussion on September 14th. During the event, they sat down with a panel of experts to break down Chicago’s fiscal condition, describe how new taxes might impact communities and businesses, and preview what we should expect for the coming budget year. Audience members then were given the opportunity to ask questions near the end of the hour-long discussion.

Moderated by Daily Line Publisher Mike Fourcher, the event is podcasted here on WGNPlus.com.

 


Panelists

  • Bobby Otter, Budget Director, Center for Tax And Budget Accountability
  • Brian Bernardoni, Senior Director of Government Affairs and Public Policy, Chicago Association of Realtors
  • Michael Reever, Vice President Government Relations, Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce
  • Craig Chico, Executive Director, Back of The Yards Neighborhood Council