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415 ILCS 45/11

    (415 ILCS 45/11) (from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 511)
    Sec. 11. "Advisory Board" means the community water supply operator's advisory board to assist in the formulation of and to review the policies and program of the Agency as developed under authority of this Act, and to make recommendations and to provide the Agency with such technical advice and assistance as may be requested.
    The Advisory Board shall consist of the Director and 5 other members to be appointed by the Governor one of whom shall be the chief executive officer of a municipality operating its own municipal water plant. The 5 appointed members shall be individuals having an active interest and with wide background in water supply management and operation from a practical and technical standpoint.
    The 5 appointed members of the Advisory Board serving at the effective date of this Act shall continue in the same capacity until their previously designated term expires. On the expiration of the term of any member the Governor shall appoint for a term of 5 years an individual having the qualifications hereinabove specified to take the place of the member whose term has expired, and who shall hold office until the expiration of the term and until a successor has been appointed and qualified.
    The Director of the Agency or an authorized representative shall serve as secretary of the Advisory Board without any additional compensation. The Director or an authorized representative shall attend all meetings of the Advisory Board, keep minutes, and take part in its discussion, but shall not be entitled to vote.
    The Advisory Board shall select one of its members to serve as Chairman at the first regular meeting in each calendar year.
    The Advisory Board shall meet annually and at such intervals as may be necessary to transact business which may come before it upon call of the Agency, the Chairman of the Advisory Board, or any 3 of its members. Any 3 members shall constitute a quorum.
    The Secretary shall see that accurate minutes are kept of all duly constituted meetings of the Advisory Board.
    Members of the Advisory Board shall serve without compensation, but shall be reimbursed for expenses incurred while traveling and performing duties under this Act. Such expenses shall be paid from funds of the Agency appropriated therefor.
    The Advisory Board shall have the authority to review contested Agency reciprocity determinations. The Advisory Board must provide applicants who are denied reciprocity with an opportunity to appear before the Board. The Advisory Board shall review the decision to deny reciprocity and must provide a recommendation to the Agency.
(Source: P.A. 98-856, eff. 8-4-14.)