(65 ILCS 5/3.1-35-35)
(from Ch. 24, par. 3.1-35-35)
Mayor or president pro tem; temporary chairman.
(a) If the mayor or president is temporarily absent because of an
incapacity to perform official duties, but the incapacity does not create a
vacancy in the office, the corporate authorities shall elect one of their
act as mayor or president pro tem. The mayor or president pro tem, during
this absence or disability,
shall perform the duties and possess all the rights and powers of the
mayor or president but shall not be entitled to vote both as mayor or
president pro tem and as alderman or trustee.
(b) In the absence of the mayor, president, acting mayor or president,
or mayor or president pro tem, the corporate authorities may elect one of
their members to act as a temporary chairman.
The temporary chairman shall have only the powers of a presiding
officer and a right to vote only in
the capacity as alderman or trustee on any ordinance, resolution, or
(Source: P.A. 87-1119.)