Money from the State of Illinois is coming into the City of Vandalia for some past due tax revenues. But, past due water and sewer bills are a different story. The City of Vandalia has started to get caught up on tax revenues. During this month, the City of Vandalia has gotten payments on general sales tax revenues, infrastructure sales tax revenues, telecommunications tax revenues, gaming revenues, income tax revenues, use tax revenues and motor fuel tax revenues. But, while the state is catching up the tax revenues, they are nowhere near catching up on past due water and sewer bills. City Clerk Peggy Bowen says the State of Illinois owes the City of Vandalia $264,865.75 for water and $57,500.17 for sewer for the Vandalia Correctional Center—those two add up to $322,365.92. And, Bowen reminds those figures will go up again in two weeks. At an earlier meeting, the issue came up and it was mentioned that State Representative John Caveletto was working on getting the City some of their past due money for water and sewer payments—but nothing has come in as of yet.