(a) Whenever two-thirds of the governing board of a park district shall approve an
ordinance or resolution to change the name of such park district, a copy of such ordinance
or resolution shall be duly certified by the president and secretary of such board
and filed in the office of the county clerk of the counties wherein such park district
is located. Upon the filing of the aforesaid ordinance or resolution for change of name in the
office of said county clerk such change of name of such park district shall be complete.
(b) Whenever a Public Act changes the name of a park district, the secretary of the
board of the park district shall, within 30 days after the date upon which the Public
Act becomes law, obtain copies of the Public Act that are duly certified by the Secretary
of State and file a certified copy of the Public Act in the office of the county clerk
of each county in which the park district is located. The change of name of a park district by a Public Act shall be complete upon the
Public Act becoming law.
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