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20 ILCS 3125/40

    (20 ILCS 3125/40)
    Sec. 40. Input from interested parties. When developing Code adaptations, rules, and procedures for compliance with the Code, the Capital Development Board shall seek input from representatives from the building trades, design professionals, construction professionals, code administrators, and other interested entities affected. Any board or group that the Capital Development Board seeks input from must include the following:
        (i) a representative from a group that represents
environmental justice;
        (ii) a representative of a nonprofit or professional
association advocating for the environment;
        (iii) an energy-efficiency advocate with technical
expertise in single-family residential buildings;
        (iv) an energy-efficiency advocate with technical
expertise in commercial buildings; and
        (v) an energy-efficiency advocate with technical
expertise in multifamily buildings, such as an affordable housing developer.
(Source: P.A. 102-662, eff. 9-15-21.)