Champaign's checkbook: Less than $1 million for first part of February

Champaign's checkbook: Less than $1 million for first part of February

The city council this week approved $843,307.54 worth of vendor payments for the period between Jan. 28 and Feb. 10.

Click here to see the full check register.

Biggest expense was power bills: $81,099.34 went to Ameren Illinois for that. Smallest was $7.34 to Carquest of Champaign for a thread chaser.

Also notable is the $75,848.46 that went to Cargill, Inc., for 1550.96 tons of salt.

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