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The state cut the grocery tax. How does that affect Riverside and Brookfield? - Riverside-Brookfield Landmark

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The elimination of Illinois’ state grocery tax as part of Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s $53.1 billion budget for 2025 is expected to be a blow to the finances of many local municipalities. Some villages, like Forest Park, could lose up to $400,000 per year or even more, but for Riverside and Brookfield, the consequences aren’t looking as dire. Riverside stands to lose about $45,000 annually from the elimination of the tax, Finance Director Yvette Zavala …

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