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55 ILCS 85/12

    (55 ILCS 85/12)
    Sec. 12. Status report; hearing. No later than 10 years after the corporate authorities of a county adopt an ordinance to establish an economic development project area, the county must compile a status report concerning the economic development project area. The status report must detail without limitation the following: (i) the amount of revenue generated within the economic development project area, (ii) any expenditures made by the county for the economic development project area including without limitation expenditures from the special tax allocation fund, (iii) the status of planned activities, goals, and objectives set forth in the economic development plan including details on new or planned construction within the economic development project area, (iv) the amount of private and public investment within the economic development project area, and (v) any other relevant evaluation or performance data. Within 30 days after the county compiles the status report, the county must hold at least one public hearing concerning the report. The county must provide 20 days' public notice of the hearing.
(Source: P.A. 96-1335, eff. 7-27-10.)