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OTTAWA — The Illinois and Michigan Canal will receive 138 historical markers and “wayfinding signs” — from La Salle to Romeoville — for $53,684 by Western Remac Inc. of Woodridge, the lowest of four bidders, the governor’s office announced this week.
Also, the governor’s office announced the following Illinois Jobs Now!-program construction projects:
* A bridge carrying Interstate 39 over a service road and Illinois Cement conveyor just south of U.S. 6 in La Salle will be cleaned and painted for $80,766 by Thomas Industrial Coatings Inc. of Pevely, Mo., the lowest of five bidders.
* Route 71 will receive 3.76 miles of shoulder widening, rumble strips and signing from Illinois Route 89 to East 275th Road through Cedar Point for $785,985 by Advanced Asphalt.
* I-80 will receive 3.95 miles of milling and resurfacing from Fox River Bridge in Ottawa to just west of the County Highway 15/Marseilles interchange for $8,495,025 by D Construction of Coal City, the lower of two bidders.
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