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Next Rockford Met With Rockford Register Star Editorial Board

Topic: Rockford Register Star Editorial Board Twitter Hashtag: #nextrrstar At the May General Membership meeting of Next Rockford the organization met with the Editorial Board of the Rockford Register Star.   . .@rrstar Edit Board is @Next_Rockford to talk with Gen X leaders. Cool to be part of both organizations. #nextrrstar pic.twitter.com/DkCR9T6kdq — Anna Derocher (@annaderocher) May 12, 2016 @Next_Rockford @WesterWuori starts us off on taxes — Brant D Hulsebus (@BrantDC1) May 12, 2016 Disparity in city. Another concern....

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Property Taxes Have You Seeing Red?

    Next Rockford Presents a discussion on PROPERTY TAXES With the Rockford Area Economic Development Council 12/10 7:30am YWCA 4990 E. State Street, Rockford, IL #nexttaxes Join us on December 10th at 7:30am at the YWCA for a candid discussion on our local property taxes, equalized assessed vales, and mill rate. The RAEDC’s Leadership Council Ad Hoc Team will discuss a current and relevant project. Property Taxes: The How, The Concerns, and The Possible Solutions. Panelists: Conor Brown,Government Affairs Director at Rockford...

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Taxpayers Deserve Support in RVC Faculty Strike

Rockford has one of the highest property taxes in the nation.  The state of Illinois has a growing budget deficit making college funding appropriations unknown. In addition, the Rockford area has lost population, and enrollment at Rock Valley College (RVC) has dropped. Nine month RVC faculty members earn a base salary on average of $66,000 (which does not include extra duty pay or summer pay) and have a generous Cadillac health insurance plan. They now want more, a lot more at taxpayer expense. RVC Faculty Union recently turned down a Federal...

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Next Rockford – Our Year In Review

Next Rockford is an organization that  exists to connect generational leaders to one another, educate our generations on the issues important to the community and to individual members, and once connected and educated, successfully advocate for issues important to generations, members, and the community.  The Next Rockford organizational year runs from October through September making this a great time to reflect on the past twelve months of activities and a great year! Special Event Hosted, with State Representative Sosnowski,  Governor...

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Next Rockford Meeting – Elected Offices and Appointed Boards – 8/13 7:30am YWCA

Next Rockford Meeting Thursday, August 13, 2015 YWCA, 4990 E State St, Rockford, IL 7:30-8:30 am Topic: Elected Offices and Appointed Boards Twitter Hashtag: #nextseat Have you ever wondered how to get a seat at the table? An elected position or an appointed board? Please join us on Thursday August 13th at 7:30am at the YWCA for the General Membership meeting where a panel including Rock Valley Trustee Ashley Burks, Rockford Alderman Tom McNamara, and Winnebago County Board member John Sweeny, Jr. will share their experiences about the...

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Next Rockford Meeting – 6/11 7:30am YWCA

Next Rockford Meeting Thursday, June 11, 2015 YWCa, 4990 E State St, Rockford, IL 7:30-8:30 am Topic: City and County Update and Strategic Plans Twitter Hashtag: #nextcico Please join us on Thursday June 11th at 7:30am at RMAP for the General Membership meeting.  Mayor Morrissey and Chairman Christensen will provide updates on current status, and more importantly, 2-3 strategic initiatives for the City and County. Additionally, we will have updates on: – Location Based Scholarships Next Rockford exists to….. – Connect generational...

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