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50 ILCS 750/35

    (50 ILCS 750/35)
    (Section scheduled to be repealed on July 1, 2017)
    Sec. 35. 9-1-1 surcharge; allowable expenditures. Except as otherwise provided in this Act, expenditures from surcharge revenues received under this Act may be made by municipalities, counties, and 9-1-1 Authorities only to pay for the costs associated with the following:
        (1) The design of the Emergency Telephone System.
        (2) The coding of an initial Master Street Address
    
Guide database, and update and maintenance thereof.
        (3) The repayment of any moneys advanced for the
    
implementation of the system.
        (4) The charges for Automatic Number Identification
    
and Automatic Location Identification equipment, a computer aided dispatch system that records, maintains, and integrates information, mobile data transmitters equipped with automatic vehicle locators, and maintenance, replacement, and update thereof to increase operational efficiency and improve the provision of emergency services.
        (5) The non-recurring charges related to installation
    
of the Emergency Telephone System.
        (6) The acquisition and installation, or the
    
reimbursement of costs therefor to other governmental bodies that have incurred those costs, of road or street signs that are essential to the implementation of the Emergency Telephone System and that are not duplicative of signs that are the responsibility of the jurisdiction charged with maintaining road and street signs.
        (7) Other products and services necessary for the
    
implementation, upgrade, and maintenance of the system and any other purpose related to the operation of the system, including costs attributable directly to the construction, leasing, or maintenance of any buildings or facilities or costs of personnel attributable directly to the operation of the system. Costs attributable directly to the operation of an emergency telephone system do not include the costs of public safety agency personnel who are and equipment that is dispatched in response to an emergency call.
        (8) The defraying of expenses incurred to implement
    
Next Generation 9-1-1, subject to the conditions set forth in this Act.
        (9) The implementation of a computer aided dispatch
    
system or hosted supplemental 9-1-1 services.
        (10) The design, implementation, operation,
    
maintenance, or upgrade of wireless 9-1-1 or E9-1-1 emergency services and public safety answering points.
    Moneys in the Statewide 9-1-1 Fund may also be transferred to a participating fire protection district to reimburse volunteer firefighters who man remote telephone switching facilities when dedicated 9-1-1 lines are down.
    In the case of a municipality with a population over 500,000, moneys may also be used for any anti-terrorism or emergency preparedness measures, including, but not limited to, preparedness planning, providing local matching funds for federal or State grants, personnel training, and specialized equipment, including surveillance cameras, as needed to deal with natural and terrorist-inspired emergency situations or events.
(Source: P.A. 99-6, eff. 1-1-16.)