(20 ILCS 3475/30)
Administration of the Agency.
The Agency shall be under the supervision and direction of an Executive Director. The person serving on the effective date of this Act as Library Director, as defined in Section 33 of the Historic Preservation Agency Act, shall become the inaugural Executive Director on the effective date of this Act and shall serve as Executive Director until the expiration of his then-current term as Library Director. Thereafter, the Board shall appoint the Executive Director with the advice and consent of the Senate. The Executive Director shall serve at the pleasure of the Board for a term of 4 years. The Executive Director shall, subject to applicable provisions of law, execute and discharge the powers and duties of the Agency. The Executive Director shall have hiring power and shall appoint (a) a Library Facilities Operations Director; and (b) a Director of the Library. The Executive Director shall appoint those other employees of the Agency as he or she deems appropriate and shall fix the compensation of the Library Facilities Operations Director, the Director of the Library and other employees. The Executive Director may make provision to establish and collect admission and registration fees, operate a gift shop, and publish and sell educational and informational materials.
(Source: P.A. 100-120, eff. 8-18-17.)