The six-year Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) Proposed Highway Improvement Program includes several improvements to roads and bridges throughout Senate District 26. The first of the projects are scheduled to begin in fiscal year 2019.
Students representing more than 100 schools across Illinois traveled to Springfield May 10 as part of the annual TECH 2018 program at the Capitol.
Legislation giving motorists the option to register their vehicles for more than one year at a time would provide a convenience and save the state money said State Senator Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods), chief sponsor of the bill.
Several area high school students from across State Senator Dan McConchie’s 26th Senate District traveled to Springfield April 26 to participate in his Youth Advisory Council.
State Senator Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods) introduced Senate Bill 2670 to allow voters in counties under the Property Tax Extension Limitation Law (PTELL), the state’s property tax cap law, the ability to reduce their property taxes via referendum—something only voters in counties not subject to PTELL’s tax caps are allowed to do.
Nearly 20 years of annual overspending exacerbated by the lack of job-creating, economic-stimulating reforms have contributed to a fiscal crisis that is stymying employment opportunities and driving residents out of Illinois. In response, Sen. Dan McConchie has sponsored a measure that would place a cap on state spending, while also linking state spending growth to economic growth.
Sen. McConchie is calling for legislative action on a bill that would put stricter consequences on those who are behind the bothersome robo-calls and scam calls, which seem to keep cell phones ringing non-stop.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has made clear that an advisory issued by the IRS does not address Illinois and, therefore, taxpayers in Illinois are not bound by the IRS guidance and are able to deduct their prepaid property taxes.
The deadline to file state and federal taxes is mere weeks away. Taxpayers can file their returns on or before Tuesday, April 17, for the 2017 tax filing year.
Out of respect to Illinois taxpayers, the General Assembly’s top priority this legislative session must be to pass a true, balanced budget, said State Senator Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods) ahead of the Governor’s Budget Address this week.
The Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs and the Illinois Bicentennial Committee has joined together to honor the work of courageous veterans who live in Illinois. Their goal is to bring honor and recognition to as many as 200 veterans at a major celebration of statehood later this year.
Under legislation recently filed by State Senator Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods) and State Representative Mark Batinick (R-Plainfield), motorists would have the option to register their vehicles for more than one year at a time.
With the release of Fitch Ratings’ 2017 state pension report, State Sen. Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods) says Illinois’ out-of-control pension system needs to be reformed immediately.
On November 16, Gov. Bruce Rauner signed into law a tax credit worth up to $750 for property owners in 18 Illinois counties where flood damages were sustained in July.
On November 15, 37 students from the 26th Senate District took part in State Senator Dan McConchie’s first Youth Advisory Council at the Ela Area Public Library, which gave students a hands-on learning experience about public policy and the legislative process.
State Senator Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods) applauds the U.S. Small Business Administration’s decision to approve flood recovery assistance for Lake, McHenry, and Cook Counties. Those impacted by the floods are now eligible to apply for low-interest, long-term loans.
Senator McConchie will be providing constituents with the latest information from the Statehouse. Topics will include the recently passed tax increase, the state budget, and the new school funding formula.
State Representative Peter Breen (R-Lombard) and State Senator Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods) filed the “No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act,” which would prohibit units of government in Illinois from using taxpayer funds for elective abortions, reversing key provisions of the recently enacted House Bill 40. Breen and McConchie are pressing for full debate and a floor vote on the measure during the upcoming fall veto session later this month, before HB 40 goes into effect in 2018.
State Senator Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods) issues the following statement regarding signing of House Bill 40:
“Words cannot express my profound disappointment of the Governor’s decision to sign House Bill 40, which dramatically expands taxpayer funded abortions across the state.
Senator McConchie will be providing constituents with the latest information on the recently passed tax increase, state budget, and the new school funding formula.
Senator McConchie will be providing constituents with the latest information on how you can protect yourself, your friends, and your family from scam artists and fraudulent businesses.
The Lake County Division of Transportation (LCDOT) closed Fairfield Road from IL 176 to Old McHenry Road, to through traffic on Aug. 7. While the road is closed, LCDOT will be replacing two culverts. Each culvert replacement is estimated to take one week. The road will reopen by midnight Aug. 20.
Libertyville area residents are invited to a free seminar on property taxes hosted by Sen. Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods) and Rep. Nick Sauer (R-Lake Barrington) on Aug. 23 at Libertyville Township.
“Today's override of the Governor's veto was an unnecessary partisan act," said McConchie. "I firmly believe we could have come to a bi-partisan agreement on school funding reform had negotiations been carried out in good faith...."
Following the Illinois Senate’s vote to override Governor Bruce Rauner’s amendatory veto of Senate Bill 1, State Senator Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorne Woods) offered the following comments.
“Today's override of the Governor's veto was an unnecessary partisan act," said McConchie. "I firmly believe we could have come to a bi-partisan agreement on school funding reform had negotiations been carried out in good faith.
"As one of the negotiators, I came to the table fully prepared to come to an a
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