(60 ILCS 1/60-20)
Resignation of officer.
(a) The township board may, for sufficient cause shown to them, accept the
resignation of any officer of their township. Whenever they accept a
resignation, the township clerk shall make a minute of the acceptance upon the
township records. A resignation of a multi-township assessor, however, shall
be made to and may be accepted by the multi-township board, and the clerk of
the multi-township board shall make the minute upon the records of the
multi-township board and forward a copy of the resignation and minute to the
county clerk, the Department of Revenue, each of the township boards in
the multi-township jurisdiction, and the supervisor of assessments for
entry upon their permanent records.
(b) Resignations become effective upon acceptance by the township
or multi-township board, as the case may be.
(Source: P.A. 85-694; 88-62.)