(310 ILCS 10/4)
(from Ch. 67 1/2, par. 4)
Whenever it shall appear to the presiding officer having appointment
authority that a commissioner of a Housing Authority
is incompetent or guilty of
neglect of duty or malfeasance, the presiding officer
shall require such commissioner to appear before the presiding officer
or his designee to show
cause why he should not be removed from office. At least fifteen days'
written notice of such a hearing shall be given to the commissioner
whose conduct is in question and to all other members of the Authority.
At the hearing the commissioner may be represented by counsel and may
appear personally and present such pertinent evidence as he wishes or as
the presiding officer or his designee may request.
If after a hearing the presiding officer
determines that a commissioner has been incompetent or has been guilty
of neglect of duty or malfeasance, he shall remove such commissioner
from the Authority within seven days, and there shall thereupon be
deemed to be a vacancy of such office.
(Source: P.A. 82-780.)