TITLE 92: TRANSPORTATION
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
SUBCHAPTER f: HIGHWAYS
PART 522 CONTROL OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING ADJACENT TO PRIMARY AND INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS
SECTION 522.110 NOTICE OF INTENT TO REVOKE
Section 522.110 Notice of Intent to Revoke
Whenever the Department determines that grounds exist for the revocation of a permit or registration (including but not limited to false information in the application, errors in permit processing, failure to erect what was permitted, classification as an owner of an illegal or abandoned sign, use of aliases, affiliates or subsidiary companies to obtain permits, or any other violation of the Act or this Part), the Department shall notify the permittee by certified mail of its intent to revoke the permit. This notice shall be called the "Notice of Intent to Revoke Permit" ("Notice") and shall inform the permittee that he or she has 30 calendar days from receipt of the notice to reply. The procedures in this Subpart shall not apply when a permit has expired without any sign being erected within three years after issuance.
(Source: Amended at 35 Ill. Reg. 8523, effective May 17, 2011)