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A Will County situation perfectly illustrates how communities could benefit from consolidation of local units of government.I'd like to see area residents consider the notion of combining two local school districts.The school board for the Union district Wednesday night was to consider a proposal to combine classrooms and reduce the number of teachers in the tiny, one-school district that has a total enrollment of 90 students.
Many Illinoisans sense their property taxes are out of control, but not all of them know more than 60 percent of property-tax revenue goes toward their local school districts.I suggest it's time to pursue a consolidation of Union School District 81 and Laraway Community Consolidated School District 70C.The neighboring districts serve an area west of New Lenox and south of Joliet.For example, homeowners in the two districts pay different tax rates, and a uniform rate would need to apply."There are different collective bargaining agreements with teachers. "The state addresses some of these complications and obstacles in a new report, "Delivering Efficient, Effective, and Streamlined Government To Illinois Taxpayers." The report was submitted Dec. Bruce Rauner by the 28-member Task Force on Local Government Consolidation and Unfunded Mandates."Our recommendations are designed to empower Illinois citizens and to allow local officials to lead by tackling consolidation, shared services and unfunded mandates on a case by case basis dependent on the needs of each community," task force chair Lt. The task force concluded the excessive number of government units contributes to Illinois having the second-highest property tax rates in the nation, barely less than New Jersey.
I give Rauner credit for identifying the potential for cost savings and other benefits in reducing the number of units of government.Two layers of bureaucracy in such small districts are inefficient and a huge drain on taxpayers’ wallets.