$457,631 headed to Bureau County
PERU — Earlier this week, Gov. Pat Quinn announced $3.2 million in Illinois Jobs Now! capital investments to repair municipal, township and county infrastructure in Bureau, DeKalb, Grundy, Kendall and LaSalle counties. The funds are in addition to the annual Motor Fuel Tax revenues these municipalities are scheduled to receive this year.
"These important investments will help municipalities in Bureau, DeKalb, Grundy, Kendall and LaSalle counties as they address their unique local transportation needs," Quinn said. "These Illinois Jobs Now! funds, when added to the Motor Fuel Tax disbursement, mean local communities in this area will see an increase of about 17 percent in resources they need to immediately move forward and address critical needs, create jobs and support economic growth."
The $3.2 million released on Monday is part of the fourth in a series of annual grants that have come to municipalities for local transportation projects under the Illinois Jobs Now! program since 2010. The projects will be selected and managed locally; Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) will oversee the projects.
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