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(20 ILCS 801/20-10)
Board of the Illinois State Museum.
(a) Within the Department there shall be a Board of the Illinois State
Museum, composed of 11 persons, one of whom shall be a senior citizen age 60 or
over. The Board shall be composed of 9 representatives of the natural
sciences, anthropology, art, and business, qualified by at least 10 years of
experience in practicing or teaching their several professions; one senior
citizen; and the Director of Natural Resources or the Director's designee.
Members of the Board shall be appointed by the Governor with the advice and
consent of the Senate and shall serve for 2-year terms.
The transfer of the Board to the Department under this Act does not terminate
or otherwise affect the term of membership of any member of the Board, except
that the former Director of Energy and Natural Resources is replaced by the
Director of Natural Resources.
(b) The Board shall:
(1) advise the Director of the Department in all
matters pertaining to maintenance, extension and usefulness of the Illinois State Museum;
(2) make recommendations concerning the appointment
of a new museum director whenever a vacancy occurs in that position; and
(4) review the budget and approve budget requests of
the Illinois State Museum and make recommendations with reference thereto to the Governor through the Director of the Department.
(Source: P.A. 102-303, eff. 1-1-22