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525 ILCS 35/6

    (525 ILCS 35/6) (from Ch. 85, par. 2106)
    Sec. 6. The Department shall consider all applications for grants for a fiscal year before awarding any grants for that year. No consideration shall be given for that fiscal year to an application that has not been timely filed. If an application does not describe a project that is compatible with the purposes of this Act, the Department shall deny that application. The Department shall evaluate those applications that have been timely filed and have been approved as being compatible with the purposes of this Act and, subject to the limits established by Section 3, list in order of priority the applicant, project and dollar amount of each grant recommended to be awarded. The Department shall also indicate on the priority listing of approved projects the last grant which may be paid during that fiscal year because of the limit of moneys appropriated for grants for that fiscal year.
(Source: P.A. 84-109.)