Monthly Archives: February 2015

Reed-Custer Community Unit School District No. 255 and Exelon Reach Settlement Agreement Regarding Braidwood Nuclear Power Station

On December 23, 2014, the circuit court approved a real property tax assessment settlement agreement for Exelon Corporation’s Braidwood Nuclear Power Station. Whitt Law attorneys represented the Reed-Custer School District in all stages of the assessment litigation, negotiations, and preparation and approval of the settlement agreement. In 2011, Exelon paid $20.2 million in property taxes [...]

By | February 27th, 2015|Litigation Law News|

City of Aurora Approves Redevelopment Agreement Regarding Historic Elks Club Building, Leland Towers, and Graham Building

In December 2014, the City of Aurora approved a redevelopment agreement regarding three properties in the City’s Downtown TIF district, all on historic Stolp Island. The former Elks Club Building at Stolp Avenue and Benton Street, Fox Island Place (the former Leland Towers) at Stolp Avenue and Galena Boulevard, and the Graham Building on Stolp [...]

By | February 13th, 2015|Property Tax Law News|

How to Respond to Suspected or Confirmed Cases of Measles in Your School District

The current outbreak of measles in different locations throughout the United States has most media outlets buzzing. Measles is a highly contagious viral disease that can cause respiratory, immune system, and skin complications. As of February 5, 2015, five infants and one adult in Cook County had been diagnosed with measles. The Illinois State Superintendent, [...]

By | February 10th, 2015|Education Law News|

Court Approves 5-Year Settlement for Exelon’s Dresden Nuclear Power Station

On March 28, 2014, the Circuit Court of Grundy County approved the Dresden Power Station Real Property Tax Assessment Settlement Agreement between Exelon Generation Company, LLC, Grundy County assessing officials, and all of the seven taxing bodies that receive property tax revenue from Dresden Station. The taxing bodies retained Whitt Law due to the firm’s [...]

By | February 5th, 2015|Litigation Law News|