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MINONK, ILLINOIS


General Information

     Primary County WOODFORD       
Additional Counties   

POPULATION 1980 1990 2000 2010 Current CLIMATE City 2,406 1,982 2,168 2,078 2,078 Avg. Winter Temp 44.50 F 6.94 C County 33,320 32,653 35,469 38,664 38,664 Avg. Summer Temp 78.60 F 25.88 C Labor 0 0 186,163 203,732 202,716 Avg. Annual Rainfall 37.47 In 95.18 Cm Market Avg. Annual Snowfall 27.90 In 70.87 Cm

Economic Development Amenities

Municipal Services
     Local Government MAYOR / COUNCIL / CITY        Municipal Zoning YES
   Comprehensive Plan Yes            - Rev.    0       County Zoning YES
Subdivision Ordinance YES                                  Home Rule NO 
  w/ Design Standards                                 Public Library YES
 Emergency 911 System YES                               Rescue Squad YES
 
 Fire Insurance Class  7    in city  10    outside
 
                         Full Time  Part Time  Volunteer
      Fire Department            0          0         21
    Police Department            3          5          0
 
Commercial Services
General Waste Disposal YES            Radio Stations   3
Special Waste Disposal YES               TV Channels   5
                                               Cable YES
                                          Newspapers   2 Daily    1 Weekly
                                          
         Machine Shops   2  If none, distance to nearest     MI      KM
            Tool & Die   1  If none, distance to nearest     MI      KM
 
                 Banks   1  Assets $    224,000,000
     Savings and Loans   0  Assets $              0
 
Additional Economic Amenities
Competitive Communities Initiatives NO      Stages    0      Foreign Trade Zone NO 
                    Enterprise Zone NO                       Tax Increment Financing Dist YES
 
Remarks
CITY ALSO HAS A CITY ADMINISTRATOR.  COMPREHENSIVE
 PLAN REVISION PENDING.  AMBULANCE DEPT. 3 F/T, 5 
P/T, 8 VOLUNTEER.  GOVERNOR'S HOMETOWN AWARD 
"1992".  THREE COMMERCIAL TIF DISTRICTS, DOWNTOWN 
AND HIGHWAYS (2).

Transportation

MotorCarrier
   Highways Serving Community   1 Federal   2 State
Interstates Serving Community I-74, I-80, I-55, I-39                            
          Nearest Interchange YES  Distance     0 MI    0 KM

      Motor Freight Terminals   0
               Local Carriers   0
          Interstate Carriers   9
          Intrastate Carriers   3

     Package Delivery Service YES
       Commercial Bus Service NO 

Air
Nearest Commercial Airport CENTRAL IL REGL ARPT AT BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL AIRPORT
                     Local NO    35 MI 56 KM
       Commercial Airlines    4   Flights per day   12

    Nearest Public Airport PONTIAC MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
                     Local NO   20 MI   32 KM
           Type of Surface CONCRETE       
            Longest Runway  4,000 FT   1,220 M 
            Runway Lighted YES
            Fuel Available YES    Charter Service Available YES
     Pvt Storage Available YES    Pvt Maintenance Available YES

Water
City Adjoins Navigable Water NO 
            Name of Waterway NONE                     
                Public Barge NO 
               Private Barge NO 
               Channel Depth     0 FT      0 M
            Length Of Season  0 Months
           Public Dock Local NO    45 MI   72 KM

Travel Time
(distance and travel time for goods in transit to selected major cities)

              Highway   Highway    Days       Days
City           Miles      Km.     by Rail   by Truck
-----------   -------   -------   -------   --------
Atlanta           630     1,008       5         2
Chicago           100       160       1         1
Cleveland         410       656       3         2
Dallas            845     1,352       4         2
Denver            940     1,504       4         2
Detroit           362       579       3         1
Kansas City       390       624       2         1
Los Angeles     1,986     3,177       6         4
Memphis           459       734       4         1
Minneapolis       421       673       4         1
New Orleans       855     1,368       5         2
New York          930     1,488       4         2
St. Louis         200       320       2         1
Seattle         2,090     3,344       6         4

Railroad(s)                Frequency of Switching
NONE                                   
                                       
                                       
                                       
                                       

Piggyback Service NO    20 MI   32 KM
Container Service NO    45 MI   72 KM

Remarks

Utilities

Water

      Water Supplier MUNICIPAL                
        Water Source WELL           

                                    Gallons/Day          Liters/Day 
              Storage Capacity          225,000             855,000
            Treatment Capacity          300,000           1,140,000
          Average Daily Demand          175,000             665,000
             Peak Daily Demand          275,000           1,045,000
               Excess Capacity           25,000              95,000

Waste Water Treatment
Type of Sewage Treatment Plant PRIMARY        
                       Process                     
            Treatment Capacity          384,000           1,459,200
                  Present Load          150,000             570,000
               Excess Capacity          234,000             889,200

Natural Gas - Electricity - Telecommunications
            Gas Supplier NICOR                    
       Electric Supplier COMMONWEALTH EDISON      
Local Telephone Supplier FRONTIER                                          
       Digital Switching YES
            Fiber Optics YES
 Long Distances Carriers     

Remarks
REVERSE OSMOSIS WTP INSTALLED IN 1992.  
CONSTRUCTION OF 4TH WELL COMPLETED IN 2003.  WATER
 QUALITY IS EXCELLENT.

Health Facilities

 Number of Hospitals in Community  0    Total Number of Beds      0
  If No Hospital, Dist to Nearest  20 MI   32 KM
                           Clinic YES
             Doctors in Community     2
            Dentists in Community     1
Emergency Medical Treatment Local YES    0 MI    0 KM

Remarks
OPTOMETRIST - 1.

Education Facilities (in community)


Type                 Number  Teachers  Enrollment
-------------------  ------  --------  ----------
Elementary                3        52         698
Junior High               1        10         216
High School               1        23         380
Trade & Technical         0         0           0
Community College         0         0           0
Four-Yr College           0         0           0
University                0         0           0

Latest A.C.T. Composite Score 20.4

Remarks
ONE 4 YR COLLEGE, TWO JR COLLEGES, & TWO 
UNIVERSITIES ARE WITHIN 30 MILES.  JUNIOR HIGH 
LOCATED IN WENONA.  HIGH SCHOOL SERVES AREA 
INCLUDING TOLUCA & WENONA.  1 ELEMENTARY IN EACH 
MINONK, TOLUCA & WENONA, ALL IN FIELDCREST SCHOOL 
DIST #6.

Employment

Major Employers In The Community

                                                          Union            Year
Employer                   Product/Service     Employees  Affiliation      Established
-------------------------  ------------------  ---------  ---------------  -----------
SMF, INC.                  MACHINE SHOP/TOOL &       180  NONE             1977
                         
CUNNINGHAM CANDIES         CHOCOLATE                  12  NO                  0
                         
GREENTREE PHARMACY         PHARMACEUTICAL DISTR       70  NONE                0
INC.                     
DURRE BROS. WELDING        MACHINE SHOP/TOOL AN      100  NONE                0
                         
FIELDCREST SCHOOL          EDUCATION                 185  YES              1992
DISTRICT                 

Labor Force
Labor Force Summary for PEORIA/PEKIN MSA                        
Annual Average for Year 2011
      Total Labor Force   202,716
             Unemployed  17,764
             Percentage   8.80%
         Total Employed   184,952
          Manufacturing  32.30%
      Non-Manufacturing  64.10%
            Agriculture   3.60%

Community Union Activity
       Last Year Data Available 2011
Labor Relations Board Elections 
         Number in Last 5 Years   0
            Number won by union   0
          Number won by company   0
      Work stoppage occurences
            within last 5 years   0
   Number of employees involved       0

Wage Rates
Wage rates for experienced workers in selected occupations working in the  Econ Dev Reg 3 NC       

Occupation                 Entry      Top   Occupation                 Entry      Top
----------------------   -------  -------   ----------------------   -------  -------
Accountant/Auditor       $ 19.66  $ 35.73   Maintenance Mechanic     $ 19.86  $ 27.33
Assembler-Electronic     $  9.50  $ 14.61   Office Clerk             $  9.06  $ 14.37
Assembler-Production     $ 10.29  $ 21.80   Secretary                $ 10.21  $ 15.89
Computer Operator        $ 11.62  $ 22.18   Sheet Metal Worker       $ 11.90  $ 19.08
Computer Programmer      $ 24.36  $ 37.30   Ship-Recving Clerk       $ 10.40  $ 16.56
Data Entry Operator      $  9.63  $ 14.21   Systems Analyst          $ 23.33  $ 43.95
Drill or Punch Press     $ 11.31  $ 19.03   Technician               $ 17.12  $ 30.32
Engineer                 $ 22.77  $ 36.37   Tool & Die Maker         $ 16.72  $ 26.16
Janitor/Porter/Cleaner   $  8.83  $ 12.85   Warehouse Worker         $ 11.01  $ 18.90
Laborer                  $ 12.23  $ 24.36   Welder                   $ 12.30  $ 20.42
Machinist                $ 12.80  $ 22.08   Word Processor           $ 12.27  $ 18.77

Remarks
WAGE RATES 2nd QUARTER 2010 FROM IL DEPT OF 
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY WEBSITE.

Community Facilities

(Available within 10 miles)

                   Motels/Hotels       1        Protestant Churches   5
                 Number of Rooms      39          Catholic Churches   1
                     Restaurants       9          Jewish Synagogues   0
Capacity of Largest Banquet Room     125              Country Clubs   1
             Public Golf Courses       2               Health Clubs   1
            Public Tennis Courts       2      Public Swimming Pools   2
     Public Access to Lake/River NO 
              Name of Lake/River                                                   

Remarks
COMMUNITY HAS 1 BOWLING ALLEY.  CHURCHES - 1 
PRESBYTERIAN, 1 LUTHERAN, 1 BAPTIST, 1 UNITED 
CHURCH OF CHRIST, 1 UNITED METHODIST.  SKATE PARK,
 IN LINE HOCKEY RINK, PAVILIONS IN 3 PARKS, BALL 
DIAMOND COMPLEX, SOCCER FIELD.

Tax Structure

Property tax rates per $100 assessed valuation. 
Valuation is 33.3% of real property except in Cook
 County where residential is assessed at 10%, 
commercial and industrial property is assessed at 
25%.

Property Tax Rates
    Year 2011          Total Property Tax Rates      Total Sales Tax Rate  7.25%
    City  2.0920%      For Two Previous Years        Utility Tax On 
  County  0.4651%          2009       2008              Electricity  3.50%
  School  5.3489%         8.5324%   9.2642%            Natural Gas  3.50%
Other(s)  1.3474%                                         Telephone  3.50%
   Total 9.2534%                                             Water  0.00%

Remarks

Location Services and Other Information

Economic / Industrial                Profile Information
Development Contact                  Provided By        
Gary Brennan                         Gary Brennan                       
City Administrator                   City Administrator       
City of Minonk                       City of Minonk                     
670 Chestnut Street                  670 Chestnut Street                
Minonk, IL  617601272                Minonk, IL  617601272
Phone (309) 432-2558                 Phone (309) 432-2558
  Fax (309) 432-3547                   Fax (309) 432-3547

Other Information
Zip Code(s) 61760           Rep Dist            89                          
                            Senate Dist        45                           
                            Congressional Dist 18               


Remarks
E-mail: minonk@maxiis.com

Last updated 09/20/2012
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