The Spring Hill Mall in West Dundee and Carpentersville is now up to date on property taxes for the site.
Kohan Retail Investment Group, which owns 20 of the parcels that make up the mall and its outlots through Spring Hill Mall Realty Holding, failed to make the first $102,000 installment of its Kane County property tax payment by the June 1 deadline.
The county treasurer’s office said this week the situation has been rectified and the company has paid what it owed as well as a $1,690 late fee.
When contacted last week, Kohan Retail Investment Group founder and CEO Michael Kohan said he was unaware the bill had not been paid.
Continuing the year-long celebration of its 135th anniversary, the Elgin Woman’s Club is holding a free public reception with light refreshments from 2 to 4 pm Saturday, July 23, at the Elgin History Museum, 360 Park St., Elgin.
Local historian Jerry Turnquist will give a presentation covering the impact the club has had on residents of the Elgin area. A display of club-related memorabilia is on display at the Elgin History Museum through the end of the year.
For more information, email Rita Corbett at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 630-240-2192.
The Association of School Business Officials International has presented the School District U-46 Financial Services Department with a Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting for 2021 and a Meritorious Budget Award for 2022.
A committee of professional accountants and government auditors judged annual budget books submitted by school districts to choose meritorious award winners. Another committee reviewed comprehensive annual financial reports to select those to receive the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting.
In recognition of those accolades, the U-46 School Board of Education on Monday recognized the department with an Accent on achievement certificate.
Elgin Community College will hold an information session for adults who are considering returning to school or enrolling in college for the first time.
The session will take place at 5:30 pm Tuesday, July 12, in Building B, Alumni Room 182, 1700 Spartan Drive. Pre-registration is encouraged, and those who attend should bring their high school or college transcripts.
The college’s staff will answer questions on topics such as admissions, financial aid, academic advising, career services and more.
Night and weekend classes for people who work full time are available, and some employers may offer tuition reimbursement, officials said in a news release.
To register and for more information, go to the adult information session at www.elgin.edu. For questions, call 847-214-7385 or email email@example.com.