(225 ILCS 235/10.1)
(from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 2210.1)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on December 31, 2029)
Structural Pest Control Advisory Council.
The Governor shall
appoint a Structural Pest Control Advisory Council consisting of 10 members
to consult with and advise the Department. Their functions shall be to advise
the Department in the preparation of rules necessary to carry out the
provisions of the Act, offer suggestions for examination questions,
provide suggestions for the efficient administration of the Act, develop
criteria for issuance of administrative fines, and perform other duties as
may be prescribed by the Director. Membership on the council shall be as
(a) One member shall be an Illinois certified
technician representing the food industry.
(b) One member shall be an Illinois certified
technician representing a noncommercial industry other than the food industry but regulated under this Act.
(c) Three members shall be Illinois certified
technicians representing the commercial structural pest control industry. To the extent possible, these 3 members shall represent a geographical balance in the State.
(d) One member shall be a representative of a local
(e) One member shall be a representative of an
Illinois college or university with expertise in entomology, biology, or chemistry as it relates to structural pest control.
(f) One member shall be a member of the general
(g) One member shall be a representative of an
Illinois chapter of a national environmental, wildlife, or conservation group or association.
(h) One member shall be a representative of the
Illinois Department of Agriculture.
The term of office for each member of the council shall be 4 calendar
years with no representative serving more than 2 consecutive terms.
The Council shall be chaired by the Director, or his or her authorized
representative, and shall meet at least twice annually, or whenever a
majority of the council members vote to hold a meeting to discuss their
duties as previously indicated.
(Source: P.A. 87-703; reenacted by P.A. 95-786, eff. 8-7-08