(65 ILCS 5/11-29-13) (from Ch. 24, par. 11-29-13)
    Sec. 11-29-13. Whenever the board of directors recommends, in writing, to the corporate authorities, the discontinuance of any public tuberculosis sanitarium, stating in its report the reasons therefor, the corporate authorities may pass an ordinance for the discontinuance of that public tuberculosis sanitarium. A board of directors, upon whose recommendation the corporate authorities have closed the sanitarium, shall continue in existence and provide out-patient clinical and follow-up services to the residents of the city or village. The board of directors shall make such arrangements as are necessary to secure in-patient care for residents of the city or village in other private or public sanitariums of this State. Any of the sanitarium equipment, facilities and other property which is required or useful in providing those services may be retained by the board of directors and applied to that use. The corporate authorities may use the remaining facilities for other city or village purposes, may lease them to public or private agencies, or may sell them. If the tuberculosis sanitarium facilities are leased to a public or private agency other than the city or village or are sold, then such leasing or sale must be for a consideration at least equal to the fair market value or fair rental value. If the corporate authorities use such facilities for other city or village purposes, then the use shall be for a consideration acceptable to the board of directors. Proceeds from the use, leasing or sale of sanitarium facilities under this Section shall be paid into the Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund of the city or village for use as provided in this Act. The proceeds paid into the Tuberculosis Sanitarium Fund shall be used to pay the costs of providing the out-patient clinical and follow-up services, including, but not limited to, the construction and maintenance of an out-patient clinic and acquisition of equipment therefor. Any balance of the proceeds from the disposition of the sanitarium facilities remaining after payment of the costs of out-patient clinical and follow-up services under this Section may be used to reduce the rate of tax necessary to provide this in-patient care and the out-patient clinical and follow-up services.
(Source: Laws 1968, p.82.)