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(20 ILCS 662/30)
Consistency of land use regulations and actions with
(a) If a municipality or county is receiving assistance to write or revise a
for 5 years after the effective date of the plan, land development
including amendments to a zoning map, and any land use actions should be
with the new or revised comprehensive plan. "Land use actions" include
approval of a subdivision plat, approval of a planned unit development,
approval of a
conditional use, granting a variance, or a decision by a unit of local
construct a capital improvement, acquire land for community facilities, or
(b) Municipalities and counties that have adopted official comprehensive
with Division 12 of Article 11 of the Illinois Municipal Code or Section
5-14001 of the
Counties Code or have adopted housing plans in accordance with the Affordable Housing Planning and Appeal Act, may be eligible for additional preferences in State economic
programs, State transportation programs, State education programs, State planning programs, State natural
resources programs, and State agriculture programs.
(Source: P.A. 95-330, eff. 1-1-08.)