(70 ILCS 605/4-38)
(from Ch. 42, par. 4-38)
District treasurer; collector.
(a) The commissioners shall appoint a treasurer of the district. The
individual serving as treasurer shall be a resident of
this State and shall be bonded for the faithful performance of his duties, in
an amount to be determined by the commissioners, but the amount of his bond
shall not be less than twice the amount of the annual maintenance assessment,
if any. The treasurer's bond shall be presented to the commissioners for
approval and, when approved by the commissioners, shall be filed with the clerk
and recorded in the drainage record.
(b) The individual serving as district treasurer may also serve as district
collector and then shall collect all drainage assessments provided for by this
Act, and perform such other duties and functions as are imposed upon district
treasurers and collectors elsewhere in this Act.
(d) A treasurer appointed under this Section shall serve for a term of 3
years and until his successor is appointed and has qualified.
(e) A copy of the resolution of the commissioners appointing a treasurer and
fixing his compensation shall be filed with the clerk who shall record the same
in the drainage record and another copy shall be left on file in the office of
the County Collector of the county or counties in which the lands of the
district are situated.
(Source: P.A. 88-30; 88-572, eff. 8-11-94.)