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Illinois Statutes Chapter 775. Human Rights § 15/2. Definitions

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The resolution declaring the intention to form a special zone shall describe the boundaries of the proposed zone, declare that the district board finds that the area within the proposed zone will be benefited by the maintenance and operation of facilities within the zone and that the public interest and necessity demands its creation, and state the reasons therefor and the name of the proposed zone, and set the time and place for a public hearing on the question of the creation of the zone.

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