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(70 ILCS 605/10-7.2)
Seavey Drainage District; dissolution.
In addition to the other methods of dissolution provided in this Article, the Lake County Board may dissolve the Seavey Drainage District by adopting a resolution that states:
(1) that the district has not imposed a levy for at
(2) that there are no outstanding debts of the
district that have been filed with the county clerk of Lake County;
(3) that federal or State permits or grants will not
be impaired by dissolution of the district;
(4) that the precise physical boundaries of the
district have become indeterminate due to the passage of time; and
(5) the date of dissolution of the district.
On the date of dissolution of the district, all drains, levees, and other works constituting the drainage system of the district and the rights-of-way, if any, on which the same are situated shall be deemed to be for the mutual benefit of the lands formerly in the district as provided in Section 10-11. Additional
powers of the former district, except those in Article V, shall be exercised by the respective municipalities where the various parts of the former district are located and by Lake County for any unincorporated areas contained in the former district. No later than 60 days after the date of dissolution of the district, Lake County shall notify the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency of the dissolution of the district.
Dissolution of the Seavey Drainage District under this Section must take place no later than December 31, 2019.
(Source: P.A. 100-874, eff. 1-1-19