Champaign's checkbook: $3.1 million during first half of October

Champaign's checkbook: $3.1 million during first half of October

The city council unanimously approved this week's vendor payments of $3,121,530.40.

Click here to see the full check register.

Lowest check was a $5 payment at Schnucks for Curtis Road engineering services supplies, and the largest payment was $966,718.33 to MACC of Illinois, a construction company, for their engineering services on the Second Street reach of the Boneyard Creek. Also notable is $594,657.60 to Health Alliance for employees' medical plans and $467,474.45 to Feutz Contractors for their work on the Boneyard storm sewers.

If you have any comments or questions about specific items in the check register, please feel encouraged to post them below, e-mail me or send me a message on Twitter.

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