The Kenosha County Board is recommending that any increase in the property tax levy for 2014 be capped at 2 percent.
At their meeting Monday, supervisors unanimously approved the recommendationy, which states that the 2014 general purpose property tax levy should not exceed 2 percent over this year’s levy.
The Kenosha Kings put together a six-run second inning and coasted to an 11-3 Langsdorf League victory over the Genoa City Red Dogs on Tuesday at Torstenson Field.
Andrew Highland’s suicide squeeze with the bases loaded in the second ended up scoring three runs as the Red Dogs committed two errors on the play.
Sometimes it is useful to analyze proposed legislation by answering one simple question: Who does it help?
Ideally, of course, all state legislation would promote the general welfare, and every resident would benefit at least indirectly, but that is not always the case.
The grilling season is officially under way. A sizzling, juicy patty grilled to perfection, sandwiched between a soft bun and piled high with toppings — just the thought of one makes stomachs growl and mouths water.
Luckily, finding a great burger is easy in western Kenosha County. The Brat Stop, Bristol 45 Diner and 75th Street Inn were all voted last year as having the best burgers “West of the I.” These establishments gave their tips for what makes a great burger, so whether you go out or grill out, you won’t be disappointed.
That sound you hear at the gas station as you fill up the tank is your summer music fund being sucked away.