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(35 ILCS 200/2-5)
Townships with less than 1,000
inhabitants shall not elect assessors for each township but shall elect
(1) If 2 or more townships with less than 1,000
inhabitants are contiguous, one multi-township assessor shall be elected to assess the property in as many of the townships as are contiguous and whose combined population is 1,000 or more inhabitants.
(2) If any township of less than 1,000 inhabitants is
not contiguous to another township of less than 1,000 inhabitants, one multi-township assessor shall be elected to assess the property of that township and any other township to which it is contiguous.
(Source: P.A. 87-818; 88-455.)