(20 ILCS 3905/1005) (from Ch. 105, par. 905)
    Sec. 1005. Advisory Commission. The State of Illinois, in carrying forward its duties to preserve or enhance the quality of this Parkway Corridor, shall establish the Alton Lake Heritage Parkway Advisory Commission. Beginning on January 1, 1994 (the effective date of Public Act 88-274), the Commission shall be known as, and its name shall be changed to, the Alton Lake Heritage Parkway Corridor Advisory Commission.
    The Commission shall consist of 10 members, one each from Alton and Godfrey Townships in Madison County, one each from Quarry and Elsah Townships in Jersey County, one each from the cities of Alton, Elsah, and Grafton, one from the Village of Godfrey, and one each from Madison and Jersey Counties. The Supervisor of each Township, the Mayor of each municipality, and the County Board Chairman of each county shall appoint the members from their respective township, municipality, or county. The Mississippi River Parkway Advisory Council shall serve as a technical advisory body to the Commission.
    The Commission will develop a land management plan that it will recommend to the General Assembly by November 1, 1992.
    The plan shall be subject to a public informational meeting prior to it being sent to the General Assembly. Thereafter the Commission is authorized to facilitate, coordinate, make recommendations for implementing, and assist in implementing the land management plan in the parkway corridor and its viewshed, conservation, and open land-agricultural cores.
    The Commission may raise, accept, and expend funds from public and private sources for the purpose of developing, facilitating and coordinating and making recommendations for the implementation of, and assisting in the implementation of, the land management plan in the parkway corridor.
    Using funds that it receives as authorized by this Section, the Commission may select and contract with a multidiscipline design consultant to assist the Commission in the design and development of the parkway corridor.
    The Commission is authorized to cooperate with not-for-profit corporations empowered to establish trusts to acquire and hold title to scenic easements and other interests in land for the purposes of this Article and implementation of the land management plan in the parkway corridor.
(Source: P.A. 100-201, eff. 8-18-17.)