State Representative Allen Skillicorn (R-East Dundee) is donning his fire proof race gear and strapping into a racecar to once again raise awareness about pet rescue and adoption. Earlier this year, Skillicorn drove the Rescue Pet Motorsports (RPM) Honda CRX at the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Majors road race at Blackhawk Farms Raceway to qualify for the National Championships. Rescue Pet Motorsports is an organization dedicated to spreading the word about pet rescue and adoption.

“As dog owners and volunteers for our local animal shelter, pet rescue and adoption is particularly important to me and my wife,” said Skillicorn. “Every year, approximately 6.5 million pets enter shelters in the U.S., but only about half will be adopted by a loving family. With so many animals in need of loving homes, anything we can do to help raise awareness is necessary.”
Equifax, an Atlanta based credit-rating agency, suffered a security breach on July 29th that exposed sensitive information of millions of Americans. Such information included social security numbers, driver’s license numbers, credit card numbers, birthdays, and addresses. It has been determined that 5.4 million Illinois residents have been affected by the breach.

The company has set up a website where you can find more information regarding the breach at www.equifaxsecurity2017.com.
Please join State Representative Allen Skillicorn and Naperville Township Assessor, Warren L. Dixon, III, CIAO for a presentation about the process for determining your property taxes and why property taxes are so high in Illinois.
If your home, business or other property suffered damage from the July storm which led to flooding along the Fox River, its tributaries, and other low-lying areas, you may be eligible for disaster reassessment.

To apply, complete the Disaster Area Application for Reassessment (Form PTAX-245) and send it into the respective assessment offices in McHenry and Kane county. The form can be found at:

Kane-Dundee Township
Kane County Assessment Office
719 South Batavia Avenue, Building C
Geneva, Illinois 60134-3000
PTAX-245 Form: Click Here.
Note: Kane County Assessor's Office address prefilled in online form