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Public Act 097-0639


 

Public Act 0639 97TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY

  
  
  

 


 
Public Act 097-0639
 
SB0040 EnrolledLRB097 05313 RLJ 45368 b

    AN ACT concerning State government.
 
    Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:
 
Article 1.

 
    Section 1-5. The Military Code of Illinois is amended by
changing Section 56-1 and by adding Section 56-2 as follows:
 
    (20 ILCS 1805/56-1)  (from Ch. 129, par. 220.56-1)
    Sec. 56-1. Federal Support Agreement Revolving Fund;
payment; use. The Federal Support Agreement Revolving Fund
shall be initially financed by an appropriation from the
General Revenue Fund to the Federal Support Agreement Revolving
Fund. Thereafter, all monies received from the federal
government that are necessary for the reimbursement of salaries
paid to employees hired in reimbursed positions, for facility
operations or other programs as provided under the terms of the
Federal Support Agreement between the Department of Military
Affairs and the United States Property and Fiscal Officer for
Illinois shall be paid into the Federal Support Agreement
Revolving Fund. The money in this fund shall be used by the
Department of Military Affairs only for those expenses
necessary to meet all of the terms and obligations of the
Federal Support Agreement, except as otherwise provided in this
Section. At the request of the Adjutant General, the State
Treasurer and the State Comptroller shall transfer to the
Illinois National Guard State Active Duty Fund from the Federal
Support Agreement Revolving Fund the reimbursement from the
federal government for State Fiscal Year 2011 expenditures from
the General Revenue Fund in excess of $2,200,000 for expenses
related to the Lincoln's Challenge Program. All moneys expended
by the Department of Military Affairs from the Federal Support
Agreement Revolving Fund this Fund shall be appropriated by the
General Assembly. Furthermore, any moneys that are
appropriated to pay for weekly allowances for students in the
Lincoln's Challenge Program may be deposited by the Department
of Military Affairs into a savings and loan association or
State or national bank in this State. Such funds shall be
managed by the Department of Military Affairs in the manner
provided by the laws of this State, applicable rules and
regulations based thereon, and applicable federal requirements
governing the use of such funds.
(Source: P.A. 90-72, eff. 7-8-97.)
 
    (20 ILCS 1805/56-2 new)
    Sec. 56-2. Illinois National Guard State Active Duty Fund;
payment; use. The Illinois National Guard State Active Duty
Fund is created and shall be initially financed by a transfer
from the Federal Support Agreement Revolving Fund to the
Illinois National Guard State Active Duty Fund as provided in
Section 56-1 of this Code. Thereafter, all monies received from
any government entity that reimburse costs incurred in the
performance of State Active Duty shall be paid into the
Illinois National Guard State Active Duty Fund. Disbursement
from the Fund for purposes as set forth in this Section shall
be by voucher ordered by the Adjutant General and paid by a
warrant drawn by the State Comptroller and countersigned by the
State Treasurer. The Director shall order disbursements from
the Illinois National Guard State Active Duty Fund only for
payment of expenses necessary to support the Illinois National
Guard in the performance of State Active Duty. Monies in this
Fund shall not be subject to appropriation by the General
Assembly, but shall be subject to audit by the Auditor General.
 
Article 5. Conveyance to the City of Salem.

 
    Section 5-5. The Adjutant General, on behalf of the State
of Illinois and the Department of Military Affairs, is
authorized to convey by Quitclaim Deed all right, title, and
interest of the State of Illinois and the Department of
Military Affairs in and to the real estate described in Section
5-10 to the City of Salem, subject to the conditions and
restrictions described in Section 5-15.
 
    Section 5-10. The Adjutant General is authorized to convey
the following described real property:
 
    Parcel 1: Lots 6, 7 and 8 in Hull's Subdivision Number 1 of
    Lots 3 and 4 of Surveyor's Addition Number 4 to the City of
    Salem, being a part of the Southeast Quarter of the
    Northwest Quarter of Section 11, Township 2 North, Range 2
    East of the Third Principal Meridian, in Marion County,
    Illinois.
 
    Parcel 2: All that part of Lot 4 in Surveyor's Addition
    Number 4 to the City of Salem, described as follows:
    Commencing at the Northwest corner of Lot 8 in Hull's
    Subdivision Number 1, to the City of Salem, Illinois;
    thence West 125 feet; thence South 158.7 feet; thence East
    125 feet, thence North 158.7 feet to the place of
    beginning, in Marion County, Illinois, all more
    particularly described as follows: Beginning at an iron pin
    set at the Northeast corner of said Lot 8 of Hull's
    Subdivision Number 1; thence along the extended North line
    of said Lot 8, on an assumed bearing of South 89 degrees 13
    minutes 47 seconds West a distance of 248.84 feet (Deed
    call 250 feet), to an iron pin set; thence South 0 degree
    23 minutes 30 seconds West, a distance of 158.97 feet (Deed
    call 158.7 feet), to an iron pin found; thence North 89
    degrees 10 minutes 21 seconds East, a distance of 249.93
    feet (Deed call 250 feet) to an iron pin set, said point
    being the Southeast corner of aforesaid Lot 6 of Hull's
    Subdivision Number 1; thence along the East line of Lots 6,
    7 and 8 of Hull's Subdivision Number 1, North 0 degree 00
    minutes 00 seconds, a distance of 158.70 feet, to the point
    of beginning. All of the above situated in Marion County,
    Illinois.
 
    Parcel 3: Lots 175, 176, 177, and 178 in Irwin-Hull replat
    of a part of Lots 3 and 4, Surveyor's Addition No. 4 to the
    City of Salem, Marion County, Illinois.
 
    Parcel 4: Lot 4 of Hull's Subdivision No. 1 of Lot 3 and 4
    of Surveyor's Addition No. 4 to the City of Salem, Marion
    County, Illinois.
 
    Parcel 5: Lot 35 in the Irwin-Hull Replat of a part of Lots
    3 and 4 of Surveyor's Addition No. 4 to the City of Salem
    and being a part of the East Half of the Northwest Quarter,
    Section 11, Township Two North, Range Two East of the Third
    P.M., Marion County, Illinois.
 
    Parcel 6: Lots 9 and 10 in Hull's Subdivision No. 1 to the
    City of Salem, Marion County, Illinois.
 
    Parcel 7: Lot 4 in Surveyor's Addition No. 1 to the City of
    Salem, Marion County, Illinois, more particularly
    described as follows: Beginning at a point 21.45 feet N. of
    the N.E. corner of Block 1 in Rogers Addition to said City
    of Salem, and running thence N. 150 feet, thence W. 50
    feet, thence S. 150 feet, and thence E. 50 feet to the
    place of beginning.
 
    Parcel 8: Lot 5 in Hull's Subdivision No. 1 of Lots 3 and 4
    of Surveyor's Addition No. 4 to the City of Salem, Marion
    County, Illinois.
 
    Section 5-15. The Adjutant General shall not convey the
real property described in Section 5-10 to the City of Salem
until the Adjutant General determines that the property is no
longer required for military purposes. In this regard,
construction of the new Readiness Center in Salem must be
completed, and all military units with associated equipment
must have been transferred from the armory property described
in Section 5-10 to the new Readiness Center in Salem.
Conveyance of the above real property will be in an "as is"
condition, subject to an Historic Preservation Covenant on the
armory buildings as approved by the Illinois Historic
Preservation Agency, and the City of Salem will pay all
required costs and expenses of the conveyance, as determined by
the Adjutant General.
 
    Section 5-20. The Adjutant General shall obtain a certified
copy of this Act from the Secretary of State within 60 days
after its effective date and, upon conveyance of the real
estate described in Section 5-10 being made, shall cause the
certified copy of this Act to be recorded in the office of the
recorder of Marion County, Illinois.
 
Article 10. Conveyance to the City of Mt. Vernon.

 
    Section 10-5. The Adjutant General, on behalf of the State
of Illinois and the Department of Military Affairs, is
authorized to convey by Quitclaim Deed all right, title, and
interest of the State of Illinois and the Department of
Military Affairs in and to the real estate described in Section
10-10 to the City of Mt. Vernon, subject to the conditions and
restrictions described in Section 10-15.
 
    Section 10-10. The Adjutant General is authorized to convey
the following described real property:
 
    Parcel 1: The North 63.5 feet of Lots 4, 5, 6 and 7 in W. D.
    Green's Subdivision of Block 12 of Green's First Addition
    to the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, according to the
    recorded plat thereof in Deed Record 41, page 565, in the
    Recorder's Office of Jefferson County, Illinois. A part of
    Lot 1 of W. D. Green's Subdivision of Block 12 in Greene's
    First Addition to the Town (now City) of Mt. Vernon,
    Illinois, more particularly described as follows:
    Beginning at an iron pin set on the South line of said Lot
    1, 65.00 feet East (assm.) of the Southwest corner thereof,
    continuing thence East (assm.) a distance of 353.80 feet to
    an iron pin set on the West Right of Way line of existing
    South 7th St., thence North 05 degrees 15 minutes 26
    seconds East along said West Right of Way line of 7th St. a
    distance of 162.05 feet to an iron pin set on the South
    Right of Way line of existing East Broadway St., thence
    North 89 degrees 59 minutes 02 seconds West along said
    South Right of Way line of Broadway a distance of 354.47
    feet to an iron pin set South 89 degrees 59 minutes 02
    seconds East a distance of 65.00 feet from the Northwest
    corner of said Lot 1, thence South 05 degrees 01 minutes 07
    seconds West parallel to the West line of said Lot 1 a
    distance of 162.09 feet to the Point of beginning. The
    above described tract is also known as: A tract of land
    described as beginning at a point 65 feet East of the
    Southwest corner of Lot 1 in W. D. Greene's Subdivision of
    Block 12 in Greene's First Addition to the Town (now City)
    of Mt. Vernon, Illinois; running thence in a Northerly
    direction parallel with the West line of said Lot to the
    South line of Broadway Street; thence in an Easterly
    direction on the South line of said street, 353 feet to the
    East line of said Lot; thence in a Southerly direction
    along the East line of said Lot to the Southeast corner
    thereof and thence in a Westerly direction 353 feet on the
    South line of said Lot to the Place of beginning, being
    part of the East Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section
    29, Township 2 South, Range 3 East of the Third Principal
    Meridian, situated in Jefferson County, Illinois.
 
    Parcel 2: The South Half of all that portion of the vacated
    160 foot alley, vacated by the City of Mt. Vernon,
    Illinois, by Ordinance 2000-44 on July 17, 2000 and
    recorded on July 31, 2000 as Document No. 200005179, and
    adjoining the above described lots on the North and more
    particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at
    the Northwest corner of Lot 7 herein, thence North 8 feet,
    thence Easterly along the centerline of said vacated alley
    to a point lying due North of the Northeast corner of Lot 4
    herein, thence South to the said Northeast corner of Lot 4,
    thence Westerly along the North lines of Lots 4, 5, 6 and
    7, herein, to the point of beginning.
 
    Section 10-15. The Adjutant General shall not convey the
real property described in Section 10-10 to the City of Mt.
Vernon until the Adjutant General determines that the property
is no longer required for military purposes. In this regard,
construction of the new Readiness Center in Mt. Vernon must be
completed, and all military units with associated equipment
must have been transferred from the armory property described
in Section 10-10 to the new Readiness Center in Mt. Vernon.
Conveyance of the above real property will be in an "as is"
condition, subject to an Historic Preservation Covenant on the
armory buildings as approved by the Illinois Historic
Preservation Agency, and the City of Mt. Vernon will pay all
required costs and expenses of the conveyance, as determined by
the Adjutant General.
 
    Section 10-20. The Adjutant General shall obtain a
certified copy of this Act from the Secretary of State within
60 days after its effective date and, upon conveyance of the
real estate described in Section 10-10 being made, shall cause
the certified copy of this Act to be recorded in the office of
the recorder of Jefferson County, Illinois.
 
Article 15.

 
    (330 ILCS 126/85 rep.)
    Section 15-15. The Veterans' Health Insurance Program Act
of 2008 is amended by repealing Section 85.
 
    Section 99. Effective date. This Act takes effect upon
becoming law.

Effective Date: 12/19/2011