(60 ILCS 1/80-10)
Board meetings; township and road district accounts.
(a) The township board shall meet at the township clerk's office for the
purpose of examining and auditing the township and road district accounts
before any bills (other than general assistance, obligations for Social
Security taxes as required by the Social Security Enabling Act, and wages that
are subject to the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act, or other expenses determined by the township board by resolution) are paid, provided that payments made pursuant to a board resolution shall be reviewed and verified at the next meeting. The
board may meet at other times as they determine. The township board may
consider and approve bills individually or in a summary statement of any
number of bills.
(b) Upon the request of the supervisor or of any 2 board members, the
township clerk shall call a meeting at the time requested and shall furnish to
the board members at least 48 hours' notice of the meeting.
(c) The township board may declare a vacancy in the office of township
supervisor or trustee if the supervisor or a trustee has 5 or more consecutive
unexcused absences from regularly scheduled township board meetings.
(d) The township board may adopt rules not inconsistent with this Code to
govern its meetings. The rules may provide for excused absences of
the supervisor or trustees from township board meetings.
(e) All meetings of the township board shall be open to the
public as provided in the Open Meetings Act.
(Source: P.A. 98-1174, eff. 1-12-15.)