(415 ILCS 50/6)
(from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 586)
(a) The county board shall adopt by ordinance or resolution all
necessary standards, rules and regulations for the management or
establishment of a wastewater land treatment site and may in addition to
any other penalty which may be authorized by this Act suspend or revoke any
certificate of authorization issued under this Act for any violation of
such standards, rules or regulations.
(b) Any person to whom a certificate of authorization has been issued
under this Act who is alleged or found to be in violation of the standards,
rules or regulations of the county board shall, before the suspension or
revocation of such certificate of authorization, be summoned to a hearing
of the matter before the county board or its duly authorized hearing
(c) Any person summoned to appear before the county board under this Act
shall be given adequate notice of such hearing at least 10 days prior to
the date set for hearing. Such notice shall be in writing and shall be
served personally on the person summoned or if such service cannot be
obtained by mailing the notice by registered mail to the place of business
specified by such person in his last notification to the county board. If
the person summoned is summoned by reason of a complaint against him for
alleged violations of this Act a copy of such complaint or alleged
violations shall be attached to and served with the summons.
(d) The county board may enter an order of suspension or revocation, as
the case may require, upon failure of the respondent to appear. If within
30 days after receipt of such order of suspension or revocation the
respondent petitions the county board in writing for a rehearing setting
forth adequate grounds for failure to appear the county board may grant a
rehearing of the matter.
(e) Any party to a hearing held under this Act may be represented by
(f) All testimony given at any hearing held under this Act shall be
recorded and upon the request of an aggrieved party for purposes of review
shall be transcribed.
(Source: P.A. 79-1363.)