Rep. Anthony DeLuca

(D-Chicago Heights)
80th District
Rep Anthony DeLuca

Springfield Office:
263-S Stratton Office Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-1719

District Office:
195 W. Joe Orr Rd.
Suite 201
Chicago Heights, IL  60411
(708) 754-7900
(708) 754-7904 FAX

Biography
Businessman; 2012-Present– Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Sales, Republic Services; 1987-2012 director of operations at Skyline Disposal Company, a third-generation family-owned business; member of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 731; Chicago Heights Mayor, 2003-2009; former member and President of Bloom Township High School District 206 Board of Education 1995-2003; Director, Chicago Heights Small Fry Basketball League; graduate of Homewood-Flossmoor High School and Elmhurst College; married (wife, Sarah), father of three.

DeLuca’s Southland Reactivation Act Signed into Law

DeLuca’s Southland Reactivation Act Signed into Law

CHICAGO HEIGHTS, Ill. – A new law spearheaded by state Rep. Anthony DeLuca, D-Chicago Heights, will create the Southland Reactivation Act – a measure aimed at creating jobs, lowering property taxes and incentivizing commercial and industrial redevelopment in the south suburbs.

DeLuca’s Southland Reactivation Act Signed into Law

DeLuca Passes Southland Reactivation Act Out of House

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Anthony DeLuca, D-Chicago Heights, led passage Wednesday of a plan to create jobs, lower property taxes and incentivize local commercial and industrial redevelopment in the south suburbs with the Southland Reactivation Act.

DeLuca’s Southland Reactivation Act Passes House Committee

DeLuca’s Southland Reactivation Act Passes House Committee

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – A proposal spearheaded by state Rep. Anthony DeLuca, D-Chicago Heights, to create jobs, lower property taxes and incentivize local commercial and industrial redevelopment advanced Thursday out of the House Revenue and Finance Committee.

DeLuca’s Southland Reactivation Act Signed into Law

DeLuca Highlights the Benefits of Southland Casino

CHICAGO HEIGHTS, Ill. – In response to news that the villages of Hazel Crest and Homewood were selected by the state to develop a new south suburban casino, state Rep. Anthony DeLuca, D-Chicago Heights, sought to highlight the economic benefits the Casino would bring to the area.