CAPPARELLI-BUGIELSKI-MCAULIFFE-SANTIAGO-SAVIANO AND LYONS,EILEEN.
METRO WTR RECLAIM DIST-PROMOTE
Synopsis of Bill as introduced:
Amends the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Act. Provides
that the Director shall note the duties of each classification (now
office or places) and fix lines of promotion from lower
classifications to higher classifications (now from offices and places
to superior offices or places). Provides that promotion shall be made
where the experience gained in the lower classification tends to
qualify an employee to perform the duties of a higher classification
(now that the duties tend to fit the incumbent for a superior
position). Provides that when a vacancy in a higher classification
(now superior offices or places) cannot be filled by reinstatement,
the Director shall hold promotional examinations. Provides that
classifications in the lines of promotion (now offices or places next
lower) are solely eligible for the examination. Provides that
efficiency and seniority shall form part of the examination but shall
not carry a weight or more than 25% of the total examination points
(now a total number of marks to exceed one quarter of the maximum
marks attainable). Makes other changes.
STATE MANDATES FISCAL NOTE
HB 1374 fails to create a State mandate.
HOME RULE NOTE
HB 1374 fails to preempt home rule authority.
FISCAL NOTE (DCCA)
HB 1374 imposes no additional requirements that would have a
fiscal impact on units of local gov't.
SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 1. (Senate recedes Jne 1, 1997)
Adds immediate effective date.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT NO. 1.
Recommends that the Senate recede from S-am 1.
Recommends that the bill be amended as follows:
Deletes reference to:
70 ILCS 2605/4.10
Adds reference to:
30 ILCS 305/6 from Ch. 17, par. 6606
65 ILCS 5/7-3-6 from Ch. 24, par. 7-3-6
65 ILCS 5/11-74.4-9 from Ch. 24, par. 11-74.4-9
235 ILCS 5/6-15 from Ch. 43, par. 130
735 ILCS 5/7-103 from Ch. 110, par. 7-103
Deletes everything. Creates the County Economic Development
Project Area Tax Increment Allocation Act of 1997. Authorizes
counties to adopt economic development plans and designate economic
development project areas. Authorizes counties to fund project costs
by the issuance of bonds and tax increment allocation procedures.
Authorizes counties to establish commissions to exercise certain
powers granted under the Act. Amends the Bond Authorization Act to
exempt economic development projects pursuant to the County Economic
Development Project Area Tax Increment Allocation Act of 1997. Amends
the Illinois Municipal Code. In disconnection of incorporated
territory by court order, adds the requirement that in counties with a
population between 750,000 and 2,000,000 the area to be disconnected
shall be contiguous to unincorporated territory. Amends the Tax
Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act in the Illinois Municipal Code.
Provides that if within any redevelopment project area the
municipality has obtained ownership of additional parcels within 2
years of adoption of the ordinance establishing tax increment
allocation financing and such ownership would result in an exemption
for property owned by a taxing district under the Property Tax Code,
and such properties constitute not more than 7 parcels with a total
acreage of not more than 20 acres and not less than 10 acres, then the
county clerk shall adjust the initial equalized assessed value of all
taxable real property within the redevelopment project area to reflect
the exemption. Provides that the county clerk shall determine the
total exemption for the additional parcels obtained by the
municipality and then shall deduct that amount from the total initial
equalized assessed value. Provides that the county clerk shall then
promptly certify such amount as the "total initial equalized assessed
value as adjusted" of the taxable real property within the
redevelopment project area. Amends the quick-take provisions of the
Code of Civil Procedure to authorize the Village of Elmwood Park to
acquire certain property for a period of 3 years after July 1, 1997.
Amends the Liquor Control Act of 1934. Provides that alcoholic
liquors may be delivered and sold at the Louis Joliet Renaissance
Center, City Center Campus and at the Food Services/Culinary Arts
Department facilities, Main Campus, owned or under the control of
Joliet Junior College. Effective immediately.
Last action on Bill: TOTAL VETO STANDS
Last action date: 97-10-30
Amendments to Bill: AMENDMENTS ADOPTED: HOUSE - 0 SENATE - 1
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