(50 ILCS 750/11)
(from Ch. 134, par. 41)
Within one year after the implementation date or by January 31,
1980, whichever is later, all public agencies in a county having 100,000
or more inhabitants shall
submit tentative plans of the establishment of a system required by this
Act to the public utility or utilities providing public telephone
service within the respective jurisdiction of each public agency. A
copy of each such plan shall be filed with the Commission.
Within 2 years after the implementation date or by
January 31, 1982, whichever is later, all public agencies in a county having
100,000 or more inhabitants shall submit final
plans for the establishment of the system to such utilities, and shall
make arrangements with such utilities for the implementation of the
planned emergency telephone system no later than 3 years after the implementation
date or by December 31, 1985, whichever is later. A
copy of the plan required by this subdivision shall be filed with the
Commission. In order to secure compliance with the standards promulgated
under Section 10, the Commission shall have the power to approve or
disapprove such plan, unless such plan was announced before the
effective date of this Act.
If any public agency has implemented or is a part of a system
required by this Act on a deadline specified in this Section, such
public agency shall submit in lieu of the tentative or final plan a
report describing the system and stating its operational date.
A board, a qualified governmental entity, a group of boards, or a group of qualified governmental entities involved in a Regional Pilot Project to implement next generation 9-1-1, as defined in this Act, shall submit a plan to the Commission describing in detail the Regional Pilot Project no fewer than 180 days prior to the implementation of the plan. The Commission may approve the plan after notice and hearing to authorize such Regional Pilot Project. Such shall not exceed one year duration or other time period approved by the Commission. No entity may proceed with the Regional Pilot Project until it receives Commission approval. In approving any plan for a Regional Pilot Project under this Section, the Commission may impose such terms, conditions, or requirements as, in its judgment, are necessary to protect the interests of the public.
The Commission shall have authority to approve one, and only one, Regional Pilot Project to implement next generation 9-1-1.
Plans filed under this Section shall conform to minimum standards
established pursuant to Section 10.
(Source: P.A. 96-1443, eff. 8-20-10.)