The City of Crystal Lake was among the local governments that invested in the Illinois Metropolitan Investment Fund.
$22.3 million, according to the Chicago Tribune’s research (which can be seen here).
The original loss was estimated to be $618,204.
A check written in early February brought $10,773.89.
Note that money was invested from not only the General Fund, but also from the Motor Fuel Tax and Water & Sewer Funds.
It was for $19,982.64.
So, if the Tribune number is correct, Crystal Lake is still out $517,447.