publication of the assessment roll for the townships of Lake Fork,
Laenna, Aetna, Oran, Atlanta, Mt. Pulaski, Chester, East Lincoln,
Eminence, Elkhart, Broadwell, West Lincoln, Orvil, Hurlbut, Corwin,
Sheridan, and Prairie Creek in the County of Logan, State of
This publication is made in accordance with Chapter 120, Section 103
of The Revenue Act (35 ILCS 205/1 03).
The assessed values shown are subject to revision by the Board of
Review on complaint. as provided in Chapter 120, Section 108 of the
Revenue Act (35 ILCS 205/108). They are also subject to equalization
by the Board of Review as provided in Chapter 120 Section 146 of the
Revenue Act (35 ILCS 205/146). The three year average level of
assessment for Logan County is .3024.
Local equalization by township was also performed this year on
non-farm, farm homesite and farm home property. Equalization factors
were determined according to the State of Illinois sales ratio study
for Logan County. Applying factors by township is more equitable, as
each area is treated according to their sales and assessments. The
taxpayer has the opportunity to contest their assessment through the
Board of Review if they feel their new assessment is too high with
the equalization factor. Publication of these new values DO NOT
appear in this assessment publication list, as per Chapter 120,
Section 103 (35 ILCS 205/103) of the Revenue Act.
The townships of Lake Fork, Laenna, Aetna, Eminence, Elkhart.
Broadwell, Orvil, Corwin, Hurlbut, Sheridan and Prairie Creek have a
level of assessment of 32.32, resulting in a factor to be added of
1.0312. The townships of Oran and Atlanta have a level of assessment
of 32.47, resulting in a factor to be added of 1.0264. The townships
of Mt. Pulaski and Chester have a level of assessment of 32.21,
resulting in a factor to be added of 1.0347. East Lincoln has a level
of assessment of 33.63, resulting in a factor to be added of .9910.
West Lincoln, Orvil, and Eminence townships have a level of assessment of 32.24, resulting in a
factor to be added of 1.0338. These factors to be added to the
assessed valuation will produce a ratio of 33.33% of the fair cash
values equivalent to 100%.
Taxpayers who consider their property incorrectly assessed may file
a complaint with the Board of Review, no later than April 1,
2010. Complaint forms are available in the office of the Supervisor
of Assessments, located at 122 N. McLean Street in Lincoln, IL.