link-durbin-052614State Senator Terry Link (right) joined US Senator Dick Durbin (center) for Memorial Day ceremonies Monday morning in Waukegan. They were honored to meet veterans and their families in attendance.

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link-boysgirlsclub0414Kids from the Boys and Girls Club met with Senator Terry Link (D-Waukegan) early Thursday morning.

The group met with Link in his office in the Capitol building in Springfield, posing for a picture and talking with the senator.

"I think it's a wonderful opportunity the Boys and Girls Club creates for young people in my district," said Link. "Children should have every chance to learn and grow, and this organization excels at filling the gaps in young people’s lives. I am proud to be a supporter of these kids and the Boys and Girls Club in my district."


Pictured clockwise from right: Chris Rice; Sandrie C.; Sandrie C.; Cesilie Price, CEO of Boys and Girls Club of Lake County; Senator Terry Link

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Link-assessments-040114SPRINGFIELD – State Senator Terry Link (D-Waukegan) is sponsoring legislation that will exempt homeowners from increased assessments if they make improvements for accessibility.

“This issue was brought to me by a local resident who remodeled her bathroom to make it safer, she added hand rails and a bench to help prevent a fall. However, because she applied for all appropriate permits, the assessor reassessed the value of her home, and her property taxes went up,” said Link. “It is unfair to punish our seniors and returning veterans who may need to make their homes more accessible.”

Senate Bill 343 states that any improvements a homeowner makes to their property to help improve accessibility, such as adding a wheelchair ramp, retrofitting a bathroom or putting in a lift to help someone get up stairs, will not increase the property’s assessed value and therefore not increase their property taxes.

This measure passed the Senate unanimously and now goes to the House of Representatives for their consideration.

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Waukegan – State Senator Terry Link (D-Waukegan) had this to say about President Obama’s infrastructure plan:

“After years of wear and tear and the annual weather damage that our roads and highways see, President Obama’s infrastructure plan is well-timed. The citizens of the 30th District will be pleased to know that our community will see their fair share of this $302 billion plan, which will go a long way to fortifying transportation hubs across the northeast corner of our state.”

Yesterday, President Obama proposed a four-year, $302 billion highway bill that will build highways, bridges, railways and transit programs, as well as protect 700,000 jobs.

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