By: Diane Benjamin
Even though Heartland Community College is tax exempt, if they own property that isn’t being used for a tax exempt purpose they pay property taxes. Below is the list of properties they paid taxes on for 2017:
14-17-300-013 $132.92 (did not pay taxes prior to 2017)
9.67 acres commercial vacant land http://normaltownship.org//parcelinfo.php?SearchPIN=1417300013
14-17-300-001 $3,126.10 (Paid taxes in 2016 and 2017)
1718 N Parkside Rd, Normal, IL is a single family home.
77.4 Acres farm land and buildings http://normaltownship.org//parcelinfo.php?SearchPIN=1417300010
14-17-300-011 $308.22 (did not pay taxes prior to 2017)
9.67 acres farm land http://normaltownship.org//parcelinfo.php?SearchPIN=1417300011
14-17-300-012 $3,203.62 (did not pay taxes prior to 2017)
9.83 acres Commercial 1600 W Raab Rd http://normaltownship.org//parcelinfo.php?SearchPIN=1417300012
This is the one I was looking for:
14-17-400-005 $35,169.04 Taxable Value $406,446 x 3.33 = Total Value $1,353,465
The Corn Crib property http://normaltownship.org//parcelinfo.php?SearchPIN=1417400005
HCC is listed as the owner. This PIN number does not exist on the Recorder’s website
According to this article from March of 2009, Normal Professional Baseball spent $12 million building it: https://adamnielsen.wordpress.com/2009/03/16/baseball-stadiums-straightforward-conceptual-design-to-complement-heartlands-architectural-style/
I have lots of questions!
What are yours?
Petitions are available now for the HCC Board elections early next year.