Illinois school districts can now keep more of the federal education funds meant for them thanks to a measure co-sponsored by Rep. Joe Sosnowski (R-Rockford) and signed into law recently, according to a press release.
The compromise school funding bill that now has become law contains a provision that helps guarantee a high quality of education for all students in Illinois, Rep. Joe Sosnowski (R-Rockford) said in a statement.
Athletes in Action tracks players with ties to communities within the Rockford Sun coverage area as they compete at the collegiate level. The following football players will compete during the week of Sept. 3 to Sept. 9.
The recently passed public school funding measure, Senate Bill 1947, is slated to provide targeted property tax relief to certain sections of Illinois, including several school districts in the Rockford area.
Athletes in Action tracks players with ties to communities within the Rockford Sun coverage area as they compete at the collegiate level. The following football players will compete during the week of Sept. 10 to Sept. 16.
On July 17, 2017, Mark A. Koch purchased a three bedroom, three bathroom home at 7671 Evelyn Drive, Roscoe from Sean Ralson (trustee), Sean Ralson (trust), Sarah J. Goetz (trustee) and Sarah J. Goetz (trust) for $235,000.
The four bedroom, two bathroom home at 1217 Camp Ave., Rockford was sold on July 17, 2017 by Christopher C. and Christine and Charles E. Johnson for $120,000. The buyers were Steven Anderson Gingotta and Steven Anderson-Gingotta.
On July 17, 2017, Jeff E. and Mary Ann Myers purchased a three bedroom, two bathroom home at 5791 Irving Blvd., MacHesney Park from Michael A. Gentili (trustee), Michelle C. Gentili (trustee) and Gentilli (trust) for $165,150.