Illinois Association of County Clerks and Recorders

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Illinois Association of County Clerks and Recorders is a government sector lobbying association in Illinois.

Taxpayer-funded lobbying

The association has a registered lobbyist with Illinois.[1] Local governments like Peoria County pay membership dues to the association.[2]

Structural organization

The organization, like the Illinois County Treasurer's Association, is divided up into four different "zones."[3]

Purpose

The organization helps facilitate communication between counties and helps clerks and recorders share experiences on how to address the unique problems facing their profession.[3]

Services

The association publishes a property tax manual. In 2007, a revised version was unveiled at their annual fall meeting during a full day of Tax Extension training. The revisions were due to the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law reform in 2006. The manual is made in a committee consisting of county clerks and county tax extenders as well as representatives from the Illinois Department of Revenue and the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.[4]

The association offers conferences in which attendees can get legislative updates on issues concerning local governments, and learn about topics such as "Elections Administration Challenges: Past, Present and Future."[5]

External links

References

  1. Illinois Secretary of State Lobbyist List
  2. Peoria County lobbyist contracts and membership dues
  3. 3.0 3.1 About IACCR
  4. IACCR Real Estate Tax Manual Revealed, September 17, 2007
  5. Illinois Association of County Clerks and Recorders Fall 2009 Conference Agenda