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Water and Waste Disposal Systems for Rural Communities (10.760) obligations in Illinois by county and program
Dollars and shares using Rural-Urban Continuum

County Rural-Urban Continuum Category Total Obligations (FY2002-2004)
Alexander County Rural 2,545,900
Bond County Urban 1,094,900
Bureau County Rural 1,631,000
Calhoun County Urban 2,150,000
Champaign County Urban 170,000
Clark County Rural 2,151,000
Clinton County Urban 2,694,000
Coles County Urban 12,180,000
Crawford County Rural 3,444,000
Douglas County Rural 6,981,000
Edwards County Rural 484,000
Effingham County Rural 6,728,480
Fayette County Rural 90,000
Ford County Urban 695,000
Franklin County Urban 793,000
Fulton County Rural 113,500
Hamilton County Rural 675,000
Hancock County Rural 9,682,900
Hardin County Rural 2,022,500
Henderson County Rural 175,000
Jackson County Urban 242,000
Jasper County Rural 3,250,000
Jefferson County Rural 3,934,000
Jersey County Urban 3,640,500
Jo Daviess County Rural 314,000
Kane County Urban 2,973,000
Knox County Urban 200,000
La Salle County Urban 1,673,000
Lawrence County Rural 1,323,000
Macoupin County Urban 2,039,000
Marion County Urban 4,565,000
Massac County Rural 440,000
McDonough County Urban 366,000
McLean County Urban 1,494,000
Menard County Urban 715,000
Mercer County Urban 50,000
Montgomery County Rural 2,176,750
Morgan County Urban 5,756,000
Ogle County Urban 2,097,000
Peoria County Urban 130,000
Pike County Rural 1,054,000
Pope County Rural 3,950,000
Pulaski County Rural 1,140,500
Randolph County Rural 2,860,000
Richland County Rural 826,800
Schuyler County Rural 1,573,000
Scott County Rural 1,183,000
Shelby County Rural 6,875,000
St. Clair County Urban 2,775,000
Wabash County Rural 592,000
Washington County Rural 2,120,000
Wayne County Rural 5,724,000
White County Rural 159,000
Woodford County Urban 1,157,400

For a more detailed discussion of our scope and methodology and additional details see "Rural Economic Development: More Assurance Is Needed That Grant Funding Information Is Accurately Reported."
(GAO-06-294)