Champaign's checkbook: Nearly $3 million for first half of November

Champaign's checkbook: Nearly $3 million for first half of November

The Champaign City Council unanimously approved $2,995,050.17 in checks during this week's meeting.

Click here to see the full check register.

Feutz Contractors wins the biggest check contest of this week's voucher report; the company got $962,715.64 for their work on the Boneyard Creek project. And we have a tie this week in the smallest check category: $10 each went to the Secretary of State for "DL suspension #271" and to the Capitol Group for "freight on ballards."

Also notable: $636,554.93 was written to contractors at MACC of Illinois for engineering services on the Boneyard Creek project; Health Alliance Medical Plans received $596,193.80 in employer contributions to employees' health plans.

Also of interest to some might be the $120,470.62 to Cascade Engineering for 2,750 recycling carts (which I've noticed have been popping up around the city lately). That's just under $43.81 per cart. This, you might recall, is for the new multifamily recycling program.

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