Chicago City Attorney Mark Flessner has given up his access to a private road used by officials to avoid congestion in downtown Chicago and will pay back monies he was paid through a property tax exemption that he claimed on one of two properties he owns in the state, according to a city spokesman. Flessner, who was hired by...
Mark Flessner collected tax exemptions on two properties, while state law stipulates homeowners are only entitled to take exemptions on one property
Chicago’s City Attorney admits he made a mistake and says he will pay back money to the state of Illinois after collecting property tax exemptions on two properties, while state law only allows homeowners to collect one such exemption. NBC 5’s Mary Ann Ahern reports.