(65 ILCS 5/11-12.1-4) (from Ch. 24, par. 11-12.1-4)
    Sec. 11-12.1-4. The corporate authorities of any such municipality availing themselves of the provisions of this Division 12.1 shall adopt an ordinance describing a Conservation Area or Areas, as that term is defined in the above named Acts, within which the proceeds of the sale of such bonds shall be made available for purchase of loans, which shall be placed on file in the office of the clerk of such municipality and which shall be open for the inspection of the public. Such ordinance shall fix the amount of the revenue bonds proposed to be issued, the maturity or maturities, the interest rate, and all details in respect thereof. Such ordinance shall contain such covenants or restrictions as may be deemed necessary or advisable by the corporate authorities and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, such ordinance shall contain such covenants as may be determined by the corporate authorities as to:
    a. The issuance of additional series of bonds that may thereafter be issued, payable from the revenues derived from purchased loans of such proceeds to the owners of real property within Conservation Areas affected by an approved Conservation Plan as hereinbefore provided.
    b. The pledge by the municipality of all investments and loans made from the sale of such revenue bonds as security for the payment of such revenue bonds and authorization of the execution of such agreements or collateral trust indentures necessary to accomplish such pledge.
    c. Operation, maintenance, management, accounting and auditing and the keeping of records, reports and audits of the operation of such mortgage loan fund.
    d. Limiting the right of the municipality to invest the funds derived from the sale of such revenue bonds in first mortgages on real property within Conservation Areas affected by approved Conservation Plans and which mortgages shall be insured against loss by the Federal Housing Commissioner pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Housing Act as hereinbefore provided. Pending the investment of such fund, the municipality may invest such fund in good interest paying securities such as are authorized by law for the investment of public funds, there to remain until the same is needed for proceeding hereunder.
    e. The obligation of the municipality to properly administer the mortgage loan fund, to collect the principal and interest payable upon loans as herein provided, to enforce its rights with respect to such mortgage notes and security, in the event of default therein to take proper action to enforce its rights in the collection of such mortgage notes and foreclosure of the security therein pledged, and to secure the benefit of the insurance against loss of such mortgage by the Federal Housing Commissioner of the United States of America in accordance with the provisions of the National Housing Act of the United States and to apply the proceeds of such mortgage loan fund to the payments of interest and principal on account of the revenue bonds issued and sold thereunder.
    f. The designation of a committee of bondholders to consult with and advise the municipality in the administration of the mortgage loan fund.
    g. Fixing procedure by which the terms of any contract with the holders of the bonds may be amended, the amount of bonds the holders of which must consent thereto, and the manner in which such consent may be given.
    h. Providing for the establishment of suitable reserves and regulating the cost of administration in the operation, management and supervision of such mortgage fund.
    i. Such covenants as may be deemed necessary or desirable to assure successful operation of such mortgage loan fund and prompt payment of the principal of and interest upon bonds so authorized.
    After such ordinance has been adopted and approved, it shall be published once in a newspaper published and having a general circulation in such municipality or, if there be no such newspaper published in such municipality, then the ordinance should be posted in at least 5 of the most public places in such municipality and shall become effective 10 days after publication or posting thereof.
(Source: Laws 1961, p. 3702.)