§ 65 ILCS 90/0.01 Short title
§ 65 ILCS 90/1 When used in this Act, “Corporate authorities” means the governing authority of a municipality
§ 65 ILCS 90/2 The corporate authorities of any city, village or incorporated town …
§ 65 ILCS 90/3 An on-site wastewater disposal zone may be formed for the following …
§ 65 ILCS 90/4 The corporate authorities shall have the following powers and duties: …
§ 65 ILCS 90/5 Whenever the corporate authorities deem it necessary to form an …
§ 65 ILCS 90/6 Bonds secured by the full faith and credit of the area included in …
§ 65 ILCS 90/7 A proposal to form a zone within a municipality may also be initiated …
§ 65 ILCS 90/8 If the corporate authorities find the petition presented to be in …
§ 65 ILCS 90/9 Notice of hearings required pursuant to Section 5 or 6 shall be given …
§ 65 ILCS 90/10 The hearing on the question of the formation of the proposed zone …
§ 65 ILCS 90/11 At the conclusion of the hearing, the corporate authorities shall …
§ 65 ILCS 90/12 If a petition signed by at least 51 percent of the electors residing …
§ 65 ILCS 90/13 No application for a subsequent proposal involving any of the same …
§ 65 ILCS 90/14 No municipality shall form a zone if the formation will permit land …
§ 65 ILCS 90/15 If a zone is established, an authorized representative of the …
§ 65 ILCS 90/16 The municipality shall have the authority to modify any on-site …
§ 65 ILCS 90/17 The municipality shall be responsible for establishment of a routine …
§ 65 ILCS 90/18 Not less than 30 days prior to the date of the routine inspection or …
§ 65 ILCS 90/19 Not less than 60 days prior to the date of the performance of any …
§ 65 ILCS 90/20 The municipality shall be authorized to enter upon private property …
§ 65 ILCS 90/21 The municipality shall prepare and retain for public inspection …
§ 65 ILCS 90/22 If a property tax is levied, the tax shall be extended by the county …

Terms Used In Illinois Compiled Statutes > 65 ILCS 90 - Municipal Wastewater Disposal Zones Act

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