Champaign's checkbook: Just more than $2 million for mid-February

Champaign's checkbook: Just more than $2 million for mid-February

The Champaign City Council unanimously approved 284 checks totaling $2,030,895.95 during its Tuesday night meeting.

Click here to see the full check register.

The biggest bill this time was for $563,833 -- that went to Health Alliance for employees' medical plans. Also worth noting is the $500,000 that went to Morton Community Bank for a payment out of the city's downtown tax increment financing fund for the One Main project.

The smallest check, a whopping 95 cents, went to AT&T for long distance charges.

If you have any questions about what you see 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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