(70 ILCS 210/6.1) (from Ch. 85, par. 1226.1)
    Sec. 6.1. The Authority shall annually develop and adopt a financial plan covering a period of at least 3 fiscal years. The Authority shall adopt within 60 days after the effective date of this amendatory Act of 1985 a financial plan covering the remainder of the then current fiscal year and the next two succeeding fiscal years. Each succeeding financial plan shall cover the upcoming fiscal year and the 2 next succeeding fiscal years. The Authority shall adopt its financial plan at least 60 days prior to the beginning of each fiscal year. After adoption by the Authority, the Authority shall file each financial plan with the Governor, the Mayor, and the General Assembly not later than 10 days after its adoption. Each financial plan shall be developed, approved and monitored in accordance with the following procedures:
    (a) The Authority shall determine, at least 90 days prior to the beginning of each fiscal year, estimates of revenues available to the Authority during the period covered by the financial plan to be filed. No estimates of revenues may be approved by the Authority for inclusion or use in the financial plan unless such estimates of revenues are reviewed by independent certified public accountants who are not currently performing any other work for the Authority.
    (b) Each financial plan shall contain (i) a description of revenues and expenditures, provision for debt service, cash resources and uses, and capital improvements, each in such manner and detail as the Authority shall prescribe, (ii) if the budget of the Authority for the upcoming fiscal year is not balanced, a statement of the means by which the budget will be brought into balance, and (iii) such other matters that the Authority, in its discretion, deems relevant. The Authority shall also include in the financial plan, or in supplements to any financial plan previously filed as provided in this Section, such additional information and descriptions relating to the Authority, its operations, management and affairs as may be requested by the Governor, the Mayor or, by joint resolution, the General Assembly.
    (c) The Authority shall approve each financial plan if, in its judgment, the financial plan is complete and is reasonably capable of being achieved.
    (d) The Authority shall report quarterly to the Governor, the Mayor and the General Assembly concerning the Authority's compliance with each financial plan and its budget then in effect for the current fiscal year. Representatives of the Governor, the Mayor, the President of the Senate, the Minority Leader of the Senate, the Speaker of the House or the Minority Leader of the House may review the Authority's operations, obtain budgetary data and financial statements, and have access to any other information in the possession of the Authority.
    (e) After approval of each financial plan, the Authority shall regularly reexamine the revenue and expenditure estimates on which it was based and revise them as necessary. The Authority shall promptly notify the Governor, the Mayor and the General Assembly of any material change in the revenue or expenditure estimates in the financial plan and budget. The Authority shall file with the Governor, the Mayor and the General Assembly modified financial plans based upon revised revenue or expenditure estimates. The Authority shall approve or reject each modified financial plan pursuant to paragraph (c) of this Section.
(Source: P.A. 84-1027.)