After 25 years, Keystone wins  tax exemption, River Forest relents

In a legal battle which has been fought since 1998, Keystone Montessori School has bested River Forest’s village government and been granted a nonprofit property tax exemption on its North Avenue facility by a state government agency.

Most notably after years of appeals in multiple court venues and in front of state agencies, River Forest accepts the outcome and will not make any further efforts to collect property taxes from the school, according to Village Administrator Matt Walsh.

“The village is not planning to appeal the decision,” Walsh said. “We have accepted the recommendation from the ALJ. The village does not want to keep repeating the same battles and the decision was pretty clear. I don’t think we were confident that we would be able to overturn that decision.” 

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