A letter from the Indiana Finance Authority said last month subcontractors were owed a total of $9 million.
Bloomington leaders want the state to take control of I-69 Section 5 after the developer failed to pay subcontractors. The state says that request is premature.
The city of Bloomington planned to have the new parking meters go online Monday, but officials turned them off after discovering a computer glitch.
The state has now paid out a total of about $11 million. Civil lawsuits will go to court starting in 2014 and could net the victims more money.
The payments are on top of $5 million given out by the state.
64 of the 65 claimants who were offered settlements from the state fair disaster have accepted those offers.
Howard County officials say a 10.4 million dollar check from Chrysler will help the city pay debt.