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(55 ILCS 5/6-1002.5)
Capital Improvement, Repair, or Replacement Fund.
(a) In the preparation of the annual budget, an amount not to exceed 3% of the equalized assessed value of property subject to taxation by the county may be accumulated in a separate fund
for the purpose of making specified capital improvements, repairs,
or replacements with respect to real property or equipment or other tangible
personal property of the county. Any amount so accumulated shall be deposited
into a special fund to be known as the County Capital Improvement, Repair, or
Replacement Fund ("the Fund"). Expenditures from the Fund shall be budgeted in
the fiscal year in which the capital improvement, repair, or replacement
(b) Moneys shall be transferred from the Fund into the county's general
corporate or operating fund as follows:
(1) When a capital improvement, repair, or
replacement project is completed, or when such a project is abandoned, and the county board determines that there remain in the Fund unspent moneys that were budgeted for the project, those unspent moneys shall be transferred.
(2) When the county board determines that surplus
moneys, not needed for any capital improvement, repair, or replacement project for which the Fund was established, remain in the Fund, those surplus moneys shall be transferred.
Moneys transferred to the county's general corporate or operating fund under
subsection shall be transferred on the first day of the fiscal year following
the fiscal year in
which the unspent or surplus moneys were determined to
(Source: P.A. 99-19, eff. 1-1-16