Hotels, Malls Fail to Pay Cook County Taxes

Hotels and shopping malls have skipped out on their Cook County tax payments

Hotels and shopping malls have skipped out on their Cook County tax payments

Pummeled by the pandemic, numerous hotels and shopping malls in Cook County have skipped their latest property tax payment.

And the total has added up to nearly $500 million the county hasn’t collected, according to Crain’s.

In Chicago, Hilton and Marriott brands, and the luxury Drake Hotel on North Michigan Avenue have accrued the biggest unpaid bills.

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Holiday accommodation choice grows under partnership between Thomas Cook and WebBeds

Thursday, 8th October 2020, 12:20 pm

Updated Thursday, 8th October 2020, 12:20 pm

Holidaymakers will be given access to a huge choice of accommodation in beach destinations and cities around the world under a new partnership.

WebBeds, the world’s second and fastest growing B2B bedbank, has partnered with the new Thomas Cook that has launched as an online -only travel business.

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Dr. Murphy’s Food Hall shares the historic Cook County Hospital building with two new hotels in the Medical district

Dr. Murphy’s Food Hall, located in historic Old Cook County Hospital.
1811 West Harrison Street
Chicago, IL 60612

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Two travel firms fly in the face of the pandemic: One has just set up shop while another is launching with ex-Thomas Cook staff

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The travel industry has been decimated by the coronavirus pandemic, with flights cancelled, holiday firms going bust, staff losing jobs and customers angry at the way they’ve been treated by some companies. 

But despite this, two travel businesses are confident enough to set-up shop now, despite the industry facing an uncertain future. 

The Travel Journal, in Harrogate, North Yorkshire is opening its

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