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However, tax incentives granted to spur the redevelopment mean that revenue to the city isn't as large as it once was, says Austin Grammer, the city's economic development coordinator. Bloomington faces a daunting task at the Eastland Mall, which this year has already lost Macy's, Gap, Gap Kids, Radio Shack and MC Sports. Penney is slated to close its store this summer, leaving the mall with a slimmed anchor roster of Kohls and the financially shaky Sears and Bergner's. Publicly available data on sales per square foot and store size point to an annual sales tax loss from those store closings of around $700,000. The city expects to recoup a large share of that, however, as shoppers migrate to other stores still in business. Also, Bloomington and surrounding taxing districts will likely see a decline in property tax revenue. The Macy's property, for example, had previously been assessed at a value of $7 million, but mall owner CBL & Associates recently purchased it for just $2 million, a transaction sure to translate into a much lower tax assessment. Since 2015, Illinois law enables the state to collect its portion of the sales tax from Amazon and other online retailers as long as they maintain a physical presence in Illinois. But observers like Scott Shumard—city manager of Sterling, a town two hours west of Chicago that expects the pending closure of a Penney's store could blow a $90,000 hole in its sales tax receipts—argue that the state should find a way to make e-commerce players pay the same local tax revenues long imposed on sales at brick-and-mortar stores.
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