Lies #2 - #7: my opponent's outright lies on her web site display the terrifying lack
of a working knowledge of the Property Tax Code,
the McHenry County Board of Review rules and even basic research.
My opponent filed an appeal2 on his residency3 [sic] two years ago. His significant other purchased the property as a Foreclosure during the assessment year (foreclosures are not recognized as 'good' sales by the state and are therefore not included in the sales ratio study). The evidence submitted at the hearing was an appraisal4 prepared by my opponent (which he unethically5 did not disclose to the Board of Review he lived at the property during the hearing). The Board of Review lowered my opponent's property approximately $311,697. As assessor, I would have provided substantial evidence6 to the Board of Review to make certain a reduction of that degree was not granted. That $311,697 loss in value from my opponent's residence was then distributed amongst the other property owners in the township, leaving my opponent paying 'LESS THAN HIS FAIR SHAIR[sic]' in comparison to other property owners of similar property types.7 In addition, the property's assessment was no longer uniform in comparison to homes similar in design, style and location.
Lie #3: her next two words (assuming she intended "residence") contradict her second sentence.
Public records indicate I'm not the owner of the property; therefore, it cannot be "his residence."
Anyone worthy of this level of public office should be capable of doing a simple public records search!