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410 ILCS 43/30

    (410 ILCS 43/30)
    Sec. 30. Advisory Council. The Advisory Council shall submit an annual written report to the Governor and General Assembly on the operation and effectiveness of the CLEAR-WIN Program. The report must evaluate the program's effectiveness on reducing the prevalence of lead poisoning in children in the pilot area communities and in training and employing persons in the pilot area communities. The report also must describe the numbers of units in which lead-based paint was abated; specify the type of work completed and the types of dwellings and demographics of persons assisted; summarize the cost of lead-based paint hazard control and CLEAR-WIN Program administration; rent increases or decreases in the pilot area communities; rental property ownership changes; and any other CLEAR-WIN actions taken by the Department or the Advisory Council and recommend any necessary legislation or rule-making to improve the effectiveness of the CLEAR-WIN Program.
(Source: P.A. 95-492, eff. 1-1-08.)