Schools lose bid for more tax revenues
Board of Review lowers portion of Quad Graphics plant assessment
OREGON – The Polo School District’s efforts to get the assessment of a local grain rail terminal increased have failed, while the abandoned Quad Graphics plant in Mount Morris was ruled substantially less valuable.
The Ogle County Board of Review agreed Tuesday with the $1.8 million assessment set in the fall by Ogle County Supervisor of Assessment Jim Harrison for the rail terminal owned by Bocker-Ruff LLC.
The nearly new facility is on U.S. Route 52 just west of the intersection with state Route 26.
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