(50 ILCS 320/8) (from Ch. 85, par. 7208)
    Sec. 8. Financial plan.
    (a) Within 120 days after the first meeting of the commission, the presiding officer of the governing body of the unit of local government, in conjunction with the financial advisor provided by the commission, shall submit to the commission a detailed financial plan, as approved or amended by ordinance or resolution of the governing body, containing the following:
        (1) Actions to be taken by the unit of local
government to:
            (A) Eliminate all fiscal emergency conditions
determined to exist pursuant to this Act;
            (B) Satisfy any judgments, past due accounts
payable, and all past due and payable payroll and fringe benefits;
            (C) Eliminate the deficits in all deficit funds;
            (D) Restore to construction funds and other
special funds moneys from such funds that were used for purposes not within the purposes of such funds, or missing from the construction funds or such special funds and not accounted for;
            (E) Balance the budgets, avoid future deficits in
any funds, and maintain current payments of payroll, fringe benefits, and all accounts;
            (F) Avoid any fiscal emergency condition in the
future; and
            (G) Restore the ability of the unit of local
government to market long-term general obligation bonds under provisions of law applicable to such local governmental units generally.
        (2) The legal authorities permitting the unit of
local government to take the action enumerated pursuant to paragraph (1) of this subsection (a).
        (3) The approximate dates of the commencement,
progress upon, and completion of the actions enumerated in paragraph (1) of this subsection (a) and a reasonable period of time expected to be required to implement the plan. The unit of local government, in consultation with the commission and the financial advisor, shall prepare a reasonable time schedule for progress toward and achievement of the requirements for the financial plan, and the financial plan shall be consistent with that time schedule.
        (4) The amount and purpose of any issue of debt
obligations that will be issued, together with assurances that any such debt obligations that will be issued will not exceed debt limits supported by appropriate certifications by the treasurer of the local governmental unit.
        (5) Assurances that the unit of local government will
establish monthly levels of expenditures and encumbrances.
        (6) Assurances that the municipality will conform to
statutes with respect to budgets and appropriation ordinances.
        (7) The detail, the form, and the supporting
information that the commission may direct.
    (b) The financial plan developed pursuant to subsection (a) of this Section shall be filed with the financial advisor and the financial planning and supervision commission. After consultation with the financial advisor, and upon completing the procedures and findings required by subsection (c) of this Section, the commission shall either approve or reject any initial or subsequent financial plan. If the commission rejects the initial or any subsequent financial plan, it shall forthwith inform the governing body of the unit of local government of the reasons for its rejection. Within 30 days after the rejection of any plan, the presiding officer, with the approval of the governing body by the passage of an ordinance or resolution, shall submit another plan meeting the requirements of this Section to the commission and the financial advisor for approval or rejection by the commission.
    (c) Prior to the approval of any initial or subsequent financial plan, the commission shall give reasonable notice and opportunity for a hearing to all creditors of the unit of local government. Any initial or subsequent financial plan passed by the unit of local government shall be approved by the commission if it complies with the requirements of this Section, and if the commission finds that (1) the plan is bona fide and can reasonably be expected to be implemented within the period specified in the plan, (2) the plan is a good faith plan reasonably anticipated to alleviate the fiscal emergency of the unit of local government and (3) the plan is in the best interest of the unit of local government and its creditors.
    (d) The determination of the commission under this Section to approve or deny approval of the financial plan shall be a final administrative decision subject to the provisions of the Administrative Review Law.
    (e) Any financial plan may be amended subsequent to its adoption in the same manner as the passage and approval of the initial or subsequent plan pursuant to this Section.
(Source: P.A. 86-1211.)