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Illinois EPA Registration of Smaller Sources Program Hits Program Landmark – 3,000 Illinois Small Businesses Benefit from Permit Streamlining

Illinois EPA Registration of Smaller Sources Program Hits Program Landmark – 3,000 Illinois Small Businesses Benefit from Permit Streamlining

SPRINGFIELD – Illinois EPA Director Lisa Bonnett today announced the Agency has met its target of registering 3,000 small sources since the 2012 inception of the Registration of Smaller Sources (ROSS) program. The ROSS program is part of a major regulatory streamlining effort designed to reduce the burden and costs on Illinois small businesses.

Governor Quinn Announces $8.9 Million Investment for Water System Improvements in Lake County – Investment to Support Improvements to Water System Infrastructure in Fox Lake and Round Lake

Governor Quinn Announces $8.9 Million Investment for Water System Improvements in Lake County – Investment to Support Improvements to Water System Infrastructure in Fox Lake and Round Lake

ROUND LAKE – Governor Pat Quinn today announced $8.9 million in investments for water system improvements in Lake County. The investments will support improvements at the Round Lake Sanitary District and the construction of a new elevated water tower and water main in the Village of Fox Lake.

Governor Quinn Announces $224,000 Investment for Drinking Water Improvements for Lee County’s Lost Lake Community – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Investment Will Add a Second Well to Serve the Lost Lake Utility District

Governor Quinn Announces $224,000 Investment for Drinking Water Improvements for Lee County’s Lost Lake Community – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Investment Will Add a Second Well to Serve the Lost Lake Utility District

DIXON – Governor Pat Quinn today announced a $224,000 investment for the construction of a second well to serve residents in the Lost Lake Community near Dixon. The project is funded by a low-interest loan through Governor Quinn’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative.

Governor Quinn Announces $5 Million Drinking Water Project in Franklin Park – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Will Help Improve Community’s Water Service

Governor Quinn Announces $5 Million Drinking Water Project in Franklin Park – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Will Help Improve Community’s Water Service

FRANKLIN PARK – Governor Pat Quinn today announced a $5.26 million investment to improve the drinking water systems in Franklin Park. Funded by a low-interest loan through Governor Quinn’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative, the project will construct and replace water mains throughout the community, while creating numerous jobs for the area.

Governor Quinn Announces $2.5 Million Investment for Wastewater Improvements in Decatur – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Will Help Decatur Rehabilitate Aging Wastewater Infrastructure

Governor Quinn Announces $2.5 Million Investment for Wastewater Improvements in Decatur – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Will Help Decatur Rehabilitate Aging Wastewater Infrastructure

DECATUR – Governor Pat Quinn today announced a $2.5 million investment for the City of Decatur to rehabilitate the city’s wastewater infrastructure. The project is funded by a low-interest loan through Governor Quinn’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative, and will create several jobs in the area.

Governor Quinn Announces $3.1 Million Wastewater and Drinking Water Projects for City of Galva – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Supports Upgrades to Sanitary Sewer and Public Water Supply Systems

Governor Quinn Announces $3.1 Million Wastewater and Drinking Water Projects for City of Galva – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Supports Upgrades to Sanitary Sewer and Public Water Supply Systems

GALVA – Governor Pat Quinn today announced a $3.1 million investment to improve wastewater and drinking water systems in the City of Galva. This announcement is part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to drive Illinois’ economy forward and protect the environment by modernizing Illinois’ water infrastructure.

Governor Quinn Announces $287,000 Wastewater Project for Village of Ashton – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Helping Fund Improvements to Sanitary Sewer System

Governor Quinn Announces $287,000 Wastewater Project for Village of Ashton – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Helping Fund Improvements to Sanitary Sewer System

ASHTON – Governor Pat Quinn today announced a $287,000 investment to improve wastewater systems in the Village of Ashton. This announcement is part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to drive Illinois’ economy forward and protect the environment by modernizing Illinois’ water infrastructure.

Governor Quinn Announces $200,000 Drinking Water Project for Village of Belknap – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Helping Fund Improvements to Distribution System and Treatment Plant

Governor Quinn Announces $200,000 Drinking Water Project for Village of Belknap – Governor’s Illinois Clean Water Initiative Helping Fund Improvements to Distribution System and Treatment Plant

BELKNAP – Governor Pat Quinn today announced a $200,000 investment to improve drinking water systems in the Village of Belknap. This announcement is part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to drive Illinois’ economy forward and protect the environment by modernizing Illinois’ water infrastructure.

Governor Quinn Announces $14.4 Million Investment in Chicago’s Southland – Communities Across Chicago’s South Suburbs Will Receive Park Improvement and Stormwater Management Funding

Governor Quinn Announces $14.4 Million Investment in Chicago’s Southland – Communities Across Chicago’s South Suburbs Will Receive Park Improvement and Stormwater Management Funding

CHICAGO – Governor Pat Quinn today announced $14.4 million in investments in several Chicago Southland communities for park development, recreational opportunities and stormwater management. Today’s investments are part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to improve lives, create jobs and drive the Southland’s economy forward.

Governor Quinn Signs Laws to Address Urban Flooding and Ensure Cleaner Drinking Water – Legislation Will Help Protect Health and Wellness of All Illinois Residents

Governor Quinn Signs Laws to Address Urban Flooding and Ensure Cleaner Drinking Water – Legislation Will Help Protect Health and Wellness of All Illinois Residents

CHICAGO – Governor Pat Quinn today signed critical legislation to address urban flooding and to help ensure clean drinking water supplies and a cleaner environment. Today’s action is part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to protect our natural resources and ensure a clean and healthy environment for future generations.

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