Governor Releases More Construction Funding

Just in time for the summer construction season, Governor Quinn released hundreds of millions of dollars in new bonding for infrastructure improvements last week.  Counties, townships, municipalities and mass transit are among the beneficiaries of the funds from the $31 billion Jobs Now capital bill approved in 2009.  The fact that it has taken six years to generate the revenue capacity to service the bonds is testimony to how slow the Illinois economy remains.

The allocations for each unit of local government in the 70th District is listed below:

Boone County - $119,652
Bonus Township - $9,816
Spring Township - $13,190
Belvidere Township - $17,522
City of Belvidere - $102,192
 DeKalb County - $228,308
Cortland Township – $8,415
DeKalb Township – $6,269
Franklin Township - $8,658
Genoa Township – $10,321
Kingston Township - $8,950
Malta Township - $9,783
Mayfield Township – $8,893
Pierce Township – $11,432
South Grove Township – $8,781
Squaw Grove Township – $10,729
Sycamore Township- $12,550
Town of Cortland - $17,180
City of DeKalb - $198,673
City of Sycamore - $64,558
City of Genoa - $23,338
Village of Kingston - $4,255
Village of Kirkland - $7,752
Village of Hinckley - $8,659
Village of Malta - $4,208

Kane County - $1,007,256
Big Rock Township – $7,100
Kaneville Township - $6,170
Burlington Township - $6,625
Hampshire Township - $7,551
Virgil Township - $7,074
Campton Township - $5,173
Plato Township - $9,686
Village of Big Rock - $2,671
Village of Kaneville - $1,911
Village of Burlington - $1,963
Village of Hampshire - $16,567
Village of Virgil - $1,155
Village of Campton Hills - $58,552
Village of Lily Lake - $3,583
Village of Maple Park - $5,715


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