(525 ILCS 30/12)
(from Ch. 105, par. 712)
If all or part of an abandoned cemetery is suitable for dedication,
the county board for the county in which it is situated may dedicate it
in the manner provided in this Act. If a county board proposes and intends
to dedicate a described abandoned cemetery or part thereof, it shall so
notify the Commission by resolution. Upon receiving the resolution of the
county board, the Commission shall, in a manner to be provided by rules,
give public notice of the proposal and provide an opportunity for any person
to be heard at a public meeting or to request the holding of a public meeting
on the question of
the cemetery is an abandoned cemetery and, if so, whether it should be dedicated.
If, after considering any statements it receives on the matter, the Commission
decides the cemetery is an abandoned cemetery and that it should be dedicated,
the county board may dedicate the cemetery or part thereof as provided in Section 9.
(Source: P.A. 82-445.)