Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law in the Property Tax Code. Provides that, for levy years 2021 and later, the taxing district's aggregate extension base is the greater of (A) the district's last preceding aggregate extension limit or (B) the district's last preceding aggregate extension, subject to certain adjustments. Provides that the term "aggregate extension limit" means the district's last preceding aggregate extension if the taxing district had utilized the maximum limiting rate permitted without referendum for each of the 5 immediately preceding levy years. Effective immediately.
Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Reinserts the provisions of the introduced bill with formatting changes. Makes the following substantive changes. Provides that the provisions apply only to: (1) certain school districts; (2) park districts; (3) library districts; and (4) community college districts. Provides that the taxing district must certify to the county clerk that the taxing district did not extend the maximum amount permitted under the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law for a particular levy year. Provides that the aggregate extension for a taxing district that utilizes the recapture provisions of the introduced bill may not exceed the taxing district's last preceding aggregate extension by more than 5% unless the increase is approved by the voters. Effective immediately.
Senate Committee Amendment No. 1 Provides that the taxing district's certification to the county clerk that it did not extend the maximum amount permitted under the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law must be submitted not more than 60 days after the taxing district files its levy ordinance or resolution with the county clerk (rather than not more than 30 days after the taxing district's budget and levy ordinance is adopted for the levy year).