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Local governments owed more than $181M in motor fuel taxes

The state of Illinois is more than $181 million behind in distributing monthly motor fuel tax revenue to municipalities, counties and other local governments amid the ongoing state budget impasse.

Records from the Illinois comptroller’s office show more than $89 million is owed to municipalities and $63.6 million is owed to counties. Another roughly $29 million hasn’t been given to smaller townships and road districts, and many rely on the funding for most of their maintenance and repair budgets…Please click here to read this Associated Press story in the Pantagraph.

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