(65 ILCS 5/7-6-4) (from Ch. 24, par. 7-6-4)
    Sec. 7-6-4. If the vote is in favor of a voluntary dissolution of the municipality there shall be no further elections for municipal officers. The officers acting at the time of this vote shall close up the business affairs of the municipality, and make the necessary conveyances of the title to the municipal property. They may levy and collect taxes for the purpose of paying the debts and obligations of the municipality, but they shall not create any new obligation against the municipality.
    All money remaining after the business affairs of the municipality have been closed up and all the debts and obligations of the municipality have been paid, shall be paid to the school treasurer for the township or school unit, as the case may be, in which the municipality, or a greater part thereof, was situated. This money shall become a part of the school fund of the school district in which the municipality was situated. If the municipality was situated in more than one school district, the trustees of the schools for the specified township or unit shall direct the treasurer for that township or unit to distribute and credit the fund to the specified districts, in the same proportion as the amounts of the assessed valuation of property in these districts, according to the last assessment in these districts, bear to each other.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 854.)