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Daily Journal Index,72nd Legislative Day,Action Page s. Appointment Message 8,Communication 5,Introduction of Senate Bills No d 2539 2546 8. Joint Action Motion s Filed 148,Legislative Measure s Filed 148. Message from the Governor 4,Message from the House 9 153. Message from the President 4,Presentation of Senate Resolutions No d 474 489 6.
Presentation of Senate Resolutions No d 490 491 150. Report from Assignments Committee 149,Report from Standing Committee s 149. Report s Received 3,Resolutions Consent Calendar 152. Bill Number Legislative Action Page s,SB 0397 Concur in House Amendment s 151. SB 0400 Concur in House Amendment s 151,SB 1830 Concur in House Amendment s 150. December 13 2011,The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.
Senator Kimberly A Lightford Maywood Illinois presiding. Prayer by Father Tom Donovan St Aloysius Catholic Church Springfield Illinois. Senator Maloney led the Senate in the Pledge of Allegiance. The Journal of Monday May 23 2011 was being read when on motion of Senator Hunter further. reading of same was dispensed with and unless some Senator had corrections to offer the Journal would. stand approved No corrections being offered the Journal was ordered to stand approved. The Journal of Tuesday May 24 2011 was being read when on motion of Senator Hunter. further reading of same was dispensed with and unless some Senator had corrections to offer the. Journal would stand approved No corrections being offered the Journal was ordered to stand approved. The Journal of Wednesday May 25 2011 was being read when on motion of Senator Hunter. further reading of same was dispensed with and unless some Senator had corrections to offer the. Journal would stand approved No corrections being offered the Journal was ordered to stand approved. The Journal of Thursday May 26 2011 was being read when on motion of Senator Hunter. further reading of same was dispensed with and unless some Senator had corrections to offer the. Journal would stand approved No corrections being offered the Journal was ordered to stand approved. Senator Hunter moved that reading and approval of the Journal of Tuesday November 29 2011. be postponed pending arrival of the printed Journal. The motion prevailed,REPORTS RECEIVED, The Secretary placed before the Senate the following reports. Personal Information Protection Act Report submitted by Southern Illinois University. Carbondale, CPS Legislative 265 BiAnnual Report submitted by the Chicago Public Building Commission. IEPA Waste Tire Anti Dumping Plan HR0056 December 2011 submitted by the Illinois. Environmental Protection Agency, FY 2011 Medical Expenditures for Services Provided in Prior Fiscal Years submitted by the. Department of Healthcare and Family Services, FY11 Medical Expenditures for Services Which Claims were Received in Prior Fiscal Years. submitted by the Department of Healthcare and Family Services. Explanation of Variance Between the Previous Year s Estimate and Actual Liabilities and Factors. Affecting the Department s Liabilities submitted by the Department of Healthcare and Family Services. Results of the Department s Efforts to Combat Fraud and Abuse submitted by the Department of. Healthcare and Family Services, FY 2011 Small Business Set Aside Program Annual Report submitted by the Chief Procurement.
Illinois Advisory Council on Bilingual Education Report submitted by the Illinois State Board of. Illinois Supportive Housing Program Fiscal Year 2011 submitted by the Department of Human. December 13 2011, Illinois Emergency and Transitional Housing Program Fiscal Year 2011 submitted by the. Department of Human Services, Public Library Capital Needs Assessment Report submitted by the Office of the Secretary of. Illiana Expressway Will Kankakee IL and Lake IN Counties Legislative Report. December 1 2011 submitted by the Department of Transportation. Management Improvement Initiative Progress Report November 2011 submitted by the. Department of Human Services, Move Illinois The Illinois Tollway Driving the Future Capital Program Summary August 2011. submitted by the Illinois Tollway, Illinois Tollway 2012 Tentative Budget submitted by the Illinois Tollway. Report on transitional housing facilities for sex offenders licensed by the Department of. Corrections submitted by the Department of Corrections. Annual Gang Report Fiscal Year 2011 Confidential submitted by the Department of Corrections. The foregoing reports were ordered received and placed on file in the Secretary s Office. MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT,OFFICE OF THE SENATE PRESIDENT.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,JOHN J CULLERTON 327 STATE CAPITOL. SENATE PRESIDENT SPRINGFIELD,ILLINOIS 62706,217 782 2728. December 7 2011,Ms Jillayne Rock,Secretary of the Senate. Room 403 State House,Springfield IL 62706,Dear Madam Secretary. Pursuant to Rule 2 10 I am scheduling the Senate session to convene at 12 00 p m on Tuesday. December 13 2011,s John J Cullerton,John J Cullerton.
Senate President,cc Senate Minority Leader Christine Radogno. MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR,OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR,December 13 2011. 207 STATE HOUSE,SPRINGFIELD ILLINOIS 627076,December 8 2011. To the Honorable,Members of the Senate,Ninety Seventh General Assembly. Mr President, On November 4 an Appointment Message nominating Terry E Newman to be Chair and member of the.
Illinois Housing Development Authority was delivered to your Honorable Body As of the date of this. letter it is my understanding that the Senate has not taken action on this nomination. Please be advised that this Appointment Message number 303 for which concurrence in and. confirmation of your Honorable Body was sought is hereby withdrawn effective immediately. s Pat Quinn,COMMUNICATIONS,ILLINOIS STATE SENATE,DON HARMON. PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE,39TH DISTRICT,November 29 2011. The Honorable Jillayne Rock,Secretary of the Senate. Room 403 Capitol Building,Springfield IL 62704,Madame Secretary. Today the Senate confirmed the appointment of Ann Schneider as the Secretary of the Illinois. Department of Transportation IDOT, Other lawyers in the law firm that employs me provide legal services to IDOT Accordingly to.
avoid the appearance of conflict of interest I abstained from voting on the question of the confirmation. of the Secretary and I hereby disclose that fact to the Senate. s Don Harmon,Don Harmon,ILLINOIS STATE SENATE,DON HARMON. PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE,39TH DISTRICT,November 29 2011. December 13 2011,The Honorable Jillayne Rock,Secretary of the Senate. Room 403 Capitol Building,Springfield IL 62704,Madame Secretary. Today the Senate considered a motion to concur in House Amendment 2 to Senate Bill 1992. The bill amends the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority MPEA Act. Other lawyers in the law firm that employs me currently represent the MPEA on matters unrelated. to the legislation I do not believe that this current representation presents a substantial threat to my. independence of judgment, In addition other attorneys at the law firm that employs me have in the past represented parties to.
MPEA bond issues Moreover before I was a member of the General Assembly and while I was. employed by another law firm I personally assisted in representing the MPEA in bond transactions I do. not believe that these past representations present a substantial threat to my independence of judgment. Notwithstanding my belief that these representations pose no substantial threat to the. independence of my judgment I abstained from voting on the motion and hereby disclose that fact to the. s Don Harmon,Don Harmon,ILLINOIS STATE SENATE,DON HARMON. PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE,39TH DISTRICT,November 29 2011. The Honorable Jillayne Rock,Secretary of the Senate. Room 403 Capitol Building,Springfield IL 62704,Madame Secretary. Today Senator Steans presented House Bill 442 to the Senate House Bill 442 gives to the. Illinois Finance Authority the power to convert certain existing agreements for financial aid to. permanent capital to leverage additional private capital and establish a revolving loan fund for nonprofit. corporations providing human services under contract to the State. Other lawyers in the law firm that employs me provide legal services to the IFA and clients. engaged in transactions with the IFA I do not believe that this representation presents a substantial. threat to my independence of judgment However to avoid the appearance of conflict on interest I. abstained from voting on House Bill 442 and I hereby disclose that fact to the Senate. s Don Harmon,Don Harmon,PRESENTATION OF RESOLUTIONS.
December 13 2011,SENATE RESOLUTION NO 474, Offered by Senators Harmon Lightford and all Senators. Mourns the death of Nancy Corbett Dillon of River Forest. SENATE RESOLUTION NO 475, Offered by Senators Harmon Lightford and all Senators. Mourns the death of Mary Liebner,SENATE RESOLUTION NO 476. Offered by Senator Holmes and all Senators,Mourns the death of Dolores F Jones of Aurora. SENATE RESOLUTION NO 477,Offered by Senator Haine and all Senators.
Mourns the death of Velma Hutte of Alton,SENATE RESOLUTION NO 478. Offered by Senator Wilhelmi and all Senators, Mourns the death of Edward J Stanclik Sr of Hegewisch. SENATE RESOLUTION NO 479,Offered by Senator Jacobs and all Senators. Mourns the death of U S Army Private First Class Adam Dobereiner. SENATE RESOLUTION NO 480,Offered by Senator Althoff and all Senators. Mourns the death of Elizabeth K Looze of McHenry,SENATE RESOLUTION NO 481.
Offered by Senator Frerichs and all Senators,Mourns the death of Joseph T Brown of Rantoul. SENATE RESOLUTION NO 482,Offered by Senator Kotowski and all Senators. Mourns the death of Robert A Bull Bridges of Chicago. SENATE RESOLUTION NO 483,Offered by Senator Koehler and all Senators. Mourns the death of Robert Newton Kinne of Peoria,SENATE RESOLUTION NO 484. Offered by Senator Koehler and all Senators,Mourns the death of Anthony Tony Romolo of Peoria.
SENATE RESOLUTION NO 485,Offered by Senator Haine and all Senators. Mourns the death of Richard Darrell Madison of Edwardsville. SENATE RESOLUTION NO 486,Offered by Senator Duffy and all Senators. Mourns the death of Richard E Rick Minwegen of Gurnee. SENATE RESOLUTION NO 487,Offered by Senator Frerichs and all Senators. Mourns the death of Dr John H Hess,SENATE RESOLUTION NO 488. Offered by Senator Haine and all Senators, Mourns the death of Roberta Brabant Allen of Godfrey.
December 13 2011,SENATE RESOLUTION NO 489,Offered by Senator Radogno and all Senators. Mourns the death of Marlies Perthel of Indian Head Park. By unanimous consent the foregoing resolutions were referred to the Resolutions Consent. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS, SENATE BILL NO 2539 Introduced by Senator Haine a bill for AN ACT concerning criminal. The bill was taken up read by title a first time ordered printed and referred to the Committee on. Assignments, SENATE BILL NO 2540 Introduced by Senator McCarter a bill for AN ACT concerning. employment, The bill was taken up read by title a first time ordered printed and referred to the Committee on. Assignments, SENATE BILL NO 2541 Introduced by Senator McCarter a bill for AN ACT concerning.
employment, The bill was taken up read by title a first time ordered printed and referred to the Committee on. Assignments, SENATE BILL NO 2542 Introduced by Senator McCarter a bill for AN ACT concerning. employment, The bill was taken up read by title a first time ordered printed and referred to the Committee on. Assignments, SENATE BILL NO 2543 Introduced by Senator McCarter a bill for AN ACT concerning. employment, The bill was taken up read by title a first time ordered printed and referred to the Committee on.
Assignments, SENATE BILL NO 2544 Introduced by Senator McCarter a bill for AN ACT concerning. employment, The bill was taken up read by title a first time ordered printed and referred to the Committee on. Assignments, SENATE BILL NO 2545 Introduced by Senator Silverstein a bill for AN ACT concerning. The bill was taken up read by title a first time ordered printed and referred to the Committee on. Assignments, SENATE BILL NO 2546 Introduced by Senator Silverstein a bill for AN ACT concerning. The bill was taken up read by title a first time ordered printed and referred to the Committee on. Assignments,APPOINTMENT MESSAGE,Appointment Message No 305.
To the Honorable Members of the Senate Ninety Seventh General Assembly. I Pat Quinn Governor am nominating and by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. December 13 2011, appointing the following named individual to the office enumerated below The advice and consent of. this Honorable Body is respectfully requested,Title of Office Director. Agency or Other Body Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. Start Date December 15 2011,End Date January 21 2013. Name Richard H Calica,Residence 661 Homewood Ave Highland Park IL 60035. Annual Compensation 150 228,Per diem Not Applicable.
Nominee s Senator Senator Susan Garrett,Most Recent Holder of Office Erwin McEwen. Superseded Appointment Message Not Applicable, Under the rules the foregoing Appointment Message was referred to the Committee on. Assignments,MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE,A message from the House by. Mr Mapes Clerk, Mr President I am directed to inform the Senate that the House of Representatives has. concurred with the Senate in the passage of a bill of the following title to wit. SENATE BILL NO 397,A bill for AN ACT concerning revenue.
Together with the following amendments which are attached in the adoption of which I am. instructed to ask the concurrence of the Senate to wit. House Amendment No 3 to SENATE BILL NO 397,House Amendment No 7 to SENATE BILL NO 397. Passed the House as amended December 12 2011,TIMOTHY D MAPES Clerk of the House. AMENDMENT NO 3 TO SENATE BILL 397, AMENDMENT NO 3 Amend Senate Bill 397 by replacing everything after the enacting clause. with the following,Article 1 Findings,Section 1 1 Legislative findings. 1 The House of Representatives adopted House Resolution 110 on March 8 2011 setting forth the. estimates of general funds the House expects to be available during State fiscal year 2012. 2 In determining the estimates of general funds expected to be available during State fiscal year. 2012 the House Revenue Finance Committee assumed that the State would not collect approximately. 600 000 000 of income tax revenues due to the allowance of special bonus depreciation rules approved. by the federal government, 3 The House of Representatives adopted House Resolution 158 on March 30 2011 which provides.
December 13 2011, that if the actual amount of funds from State sources that become available during State fiscal year 2012. exceeds the House s estimates set forth in House Resolution 110 then that excess shall first be used to. reduce the backlog of unpaid State obligations to the extent authorized by law. 4 These concepts are prudent and should be continued for State fiscal year 2013 and beyond. 5 As the House Revenue Finance Committee develops the estimates of general funds expected to. be available during State fiscal year 2013 an estimated 250 000 000 of income tax revenues in excess. of the State fiscal year 2012 budgeted amount will become available due to the phasing out of the. allowance of special bonus depreciation rules approved by the federal government. 6 Therefore the General Assembly finds that a tax incentive package that does not exceed. 250 000 000 in State fiscal year 2013 can be approved without any negative impact to the State budget. in State fiscal years 2012 and 2013 while providing tax relief to a large number of Illinois individual and. business taxpayers,Article 5 Illinois Independent Tax Tribunal Act. Section 5 1 Short title This Article may be cited as the Illinois Independent Tax Tribunal Act. Section 5 5 Independent Tax Tribunal Board Department of Revenue. a On and after July 1 2013 the Department of Revenue or any successor agency shall no longer. hear and act upon i any protests of notices of tax liability or deficiencies for all taxes administered by. the Department or ii revocations of licenses issued by the Department of Revenue. b Beginning July 1 2013 an Independent Tax Tribunal Board shall assume exercise and administer. all rights powers duties and responsibilities pertaining to i any protests of notices of tax liability or. deficiencies for all taxes administered by the Department of Revenue or ii revocations of licenses. issued by the Department of Revenue The Independent Tax Tribunal Board shall be created by law and. no State agency shall assume the functions of the Board. Article 10 Live Theater Production Tax Credit Act, Section 10 1 Short title This Article may be cited as the Live Theater Production Tax Credit Act. References in this Article to this Act mean this Article. Section 10 5 Purpose The Illinois economy depends heavily on the commercial for profit live theater. industry and the pre Broadway and long run shows that are presented in Illinois As a result of intense. competition from other prominent theater cities in the United States and abroad in attracting. pre Broadway and long run shows Illinois must move aggressively with new business development. investment tools so that Illinois is more competitive in site location decision making for show producers. In an increasingly global economy Illinois long term development will benefit from the rational. strategic use of State resources in support of pre Broadway live theater and long run show development. and growth It is the purpose of this Act to preserve and expand the existing work force used in live. theater and enhance the marketing of the presentation of live theater in Illinois It shall be the policy of. this State to promote and encourage the training and hiring of Illinois residents who represent the. diversity of the Illinois population through the creation and implementation of training education and. recruitment programs organized in cooperation with Illinois colleges and universities labor. organizations and the commercial for profit live theater industry. Section 10 10 Definitions As used in this Act, Accredited theater production means a for profit live stage presentation in a qualified production. facility as defined in this Section that is either i a pre Broadway production or ii a long run. production for which the aggregate Illinois labor and marketing expenditures exceed 100 000. Pre Broadway production means a live stage production that in its original or adaptive version is. performed in a qualified production facility having a presentation scheduled for Broadway s Theater. District in New York City within 12 months after its Illinois presentation. Long run production means a live stage production that is performed in a qualified production. facility for longer than 8 weeks with at least 6 performances per week and includes a production that. spans the end of one tax year and the commencement of a new tax year that in combination meets the. criteria set forth in this definition making it a long run production eligible for a theater tax credit award. in each tax year or portion thereof, Accredited theater production certificate means a certificate issued by the Department certifying that.
December 13 2011, the production is an accredited theater production that meets the guidelines of this Act. Applicant means a taxpayer that is a theater producer owner licensee operator or presenter that is. presenting or has presented a live stage presentation located within the State of Illinois who. 1 owns or licenses the theatrical rights of the stage presentation for the Illinois. production period or, 2 has contracted or will contract directly with the owner or licensee of the. theatrical rights or a person acting on behalf of the owner or licensee to provide live performances of. the production, An applicant that directly or indirectly owns controls or operates multiple qualified. production facilities shall be presumed to be and considered for the purposes of this Act to be a single. applicant provided however that as to each of the applicant s qualified production facilities the. applicant shall be eligible to separately and contemporaneously i apply for and obtain accredited. theater production certificates ii stage accredited theater productions and iii apply for and receive. a tax credit award certificate for each of applicant s accredited theater productions performed at each. of the applicant s qualified production facilities. Department means the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity. Director means the Director of the Department, Illinois labor expenditure means gross salary or wages including but not limited to taxes benefits. and any other consideration incurred or paid to non talent employees of the applicant for services. rendered to and on behalf of the accredited theater production To qualify as an Illinois labor. expenditure the expenditure must be, 1 incurred or paid by the applicant on or after the effective date of the Act for.
services related to any portion of an accredited theater production from its pre production stages. including but not limited to the writing of the script casting hiring of service providers purchases. from vendors marketing advertising public relations load in rehearsals performances other. accredited theater production related activities and load out. 2 directly attributable to the accredited theater production. 3 limited to the first 100 000 of wages incurred or paid to each employee of an. accredited theater production in each tax year, 4 included in the federal income tax basis of the property. 5 paid in the tax year for which the applicant is claiming the tax credit award or no. later than 60 days after the end of the tax year, 6 paid to persons residing in Illinois at the time payments were made and. 7 reasonable in the circumstances, Illinois production spending means any and all expenses directly or indirectly incurred relating to an. accredited theater production presented in any qualified production facility of the applicant including. but not limited to expenditures for, 1 national marketing public relations and the creation and placement of print. electronic television billboard and other forms of advertising and. 2 the construction and fabrication of scenic materials and elements provided. however that the maximum amount of expenditures attributable to the construction and fabrication of. scenic materials and elements eligible for a tax credit award shall not exceed 500 000 per applicant. per production in any single tax year, Qualified production facility means a facility located in the State in which live.
theatrical productions are or are intended to be exclusively presented that contains at least one stage. a seating capacity of 1 200 or more seats and dressing rooms storage areas and other ancillary. amenities necessary for the accredited theater production. Tax credit award means the issuance to a taxpayer by the Department of a tax credit award in. conformance with Sections 10 40 and 10 45 of this Act. Tax year means a calendar year for the period January 1 to and including December 31. Section 10 15 Powers of the Department The Department in addition to those powers granted under. the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois is granted and has all the powers necessary or convenient to. carry out and effectuate the purposes and provisions of this Act including but not limited to the power. and authority to, 1 adopt rules deemed necessary and appropriate for the administration of the Tax. Credit Award program establish forms for applications notifications contracts or any other. agreements and accept applications at any time during the year. 2 assist applicants pursuant to the provisions of this Act to promote foster and. December 13 2011, support live theater development and production and its related job creation or retention within the. 3 gather information and conduct inquiries in the manner and by the methods set. forth in this Act required for the Department to comply with Section 10 40 and without limitation. obtain information with respect to applicants for the purpose of making any designations or. certifications necessary or desirable to assist the Department with any recommendation or guidance in. the furtherance of the purposes of this Act and relating to applicants participation in training. education and recruitment programs that are organized in cooperation with Illinois colleges and. universities or labor organizations designed to promote and encourage the training and hiring of. Illinois residents who represent the diversity of the Illinois population. 4 provide for sufficient personnel to permit administrative staffing operating and. related support required to adequately discharge its duties and responsibilities described in this Act. from funds as may be appropriated by the General Assembly for the administration of this Act and. 5 require that the applicant at all times keep proper books and records of accounts. relating to the tax credit award in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. consistently applied and make upon reasonable written request by the Department those books and. records available for reasonable Department inspection and audit during the applicant s normal. business hours Any documents or data made available to or received from the applicant by any agent. employee officer or service provider to the Department shall be deemed confidential and shall not. constitute public records to the extent that the documents or data consist of commercial or financial. information regarding the operation by the applicant of any theater or any accredited theater. production or any recipient of any tax credit award under this Act. Section 10 20 Tax credit award Subject to the conditions set forth in this Act an applicant is entitled. to a tax credit award as approved by the Department for qualifying Illinois labor expenditures and. Illinois production spending for each tax year in which the applicant is awarded an accredited theater. production certificate issued by the Department The aggregate amount of tax credits awarded pursuant. to this Act shall not exceed 1 000 000 in any fiscal year Credits shall be awarded on a first come. first served basis Notwithstanding the foregoing if the amount of credits applied for in any fiscal year. exceeds the amount authorized to be awarded under this Section the excess credit amount shall be. awarded in the next fiscal year in which credits remain available for award and shall be treated as having. been applied for on the first day of that fiscal year. Section 10 25 Application for certification of accredited theater production Any applicant proposing. an accredited theater production located or planned to be located in Illinois may request an accredited. theater production certificate by application to the Department. Section 10 30 Review of application for accredited theater production certificate. a The Department shall issue an accredited theater production certificate to an applicant if it finds. that by a preponderance the following conditions exist. 1 the applicant intends to make the expenditure in the State required for. certification of the accredited theater production. 2 the applicant s accredited theater production is economically sound and will benefit. the people of the State of Illinois by increasing opportunities for employment and will strengthen the. economy of Illinois, 3 the following requirements related to the implementation of a diversity plan have. been met i the applicant has filed with the Department a diversity plan outlining specific goals for. hiring Illinois labor expenditure eligible minority persons and females as defined in the Business. Enterprise for Minorities Females and Persons with Disabilities Act and for using vendors receiving. certification under the Business Enterprise for Minorities Females and Persons with Disabilities Act. ii the Department has approved the plan as meeting the requirements established by the Department. and verified that the applicant has met or made good faith efforts in achieving those goals and iii the. Department has adopted any rules that are necessary to ensure compliance with the provisions set. forth in this paragraph and necessary to require that the applicant s plan reflects the diversity of the. population of this State, 4 the applicant s accredited theater production application indicates whether the. applicant intends to participate in training education and recruitment programs that are organized in. cooperation with Illinois colleges and universities labor organizations and the holders of accredited. December 13 2011, theater production certificates and are designed to promote and encourage the training and hiring of.
Illinois residents who represent the diversity of Illinois. 5 if not for the tax credit award the applicant s accredited theater production. would not occur in Illinois which may be demonstrated by any means including but not limited to. evidence that i the applicant presenter owner or licensee of the production rights has other state or. international location options at which to present the production and could reasonably and efficiently. locate outside of the State ii at least one other state or nation could be considered for the production. iii the receipt of the tax award credit is a major factor in the decision of the applicant presenter. production owner or licensee as to where the production will be presented and that without the tax. credit award the applicant likely would not create or retain jobs in Illinois or iv receipt of the tax. credit award is essential to the applicant s decision to create or retain new jobs in the State and. 6 the tax credit award will result in an overall positive impact to the State as. determined by the Department using the best available data. b If any of the provisions in this Section conflict with any existing collective. bargaining agreements the terms and conditions of those collective bargaining agreements shall. c The Department shall act expeditiously regarding approval of applications for accredited theater. production certificates so as to accommodate the pre production work booking commencement of. ticket sales determination of performance dates load in and other matters relating to the live theater. productions for which approval is sought, Section 10 35 Training programs for skills in critical demand To accomplish the purposes of this. Act the Department may use the training programs provided under Section 605 800 of the Department. of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois. Section 10 40 Issuance of Tax Credit Award Certificate. a In order to qualify for a tax credit award under this Act an applicant must file an application for. each accredited theater production at each of the applicant s qualified production facilities on forms. prescribed by the Department providing information necessary to calculate the tax credit award and any. additional information as reasonably required by the Department. b Upon satisfactory review of the application the Department shall issue a tax credit award. certificate stating the amount of the tax credit award to which the applicant is entitled for that tax year. and shall contemporaneously notify the applicant and Illinois Department of Revenue in accordance with. Section 222 of the Illinois Income Tax Act, Section 10 45 Amount and payment of the tax credit award The tax credit award shall be calculated. each tax year based upon the filing by the applicant on forms prescribed by the Department containing. information regarding qualifying and quantified Illinois labor expenditures as defined in Section 10 10. net of the limitation in that Section and Illinois production spending as defined in Section 10 10 net of. the limitation in that Section From the amount calculated the applicant shall be entitled to receive a tax. credit award of up to, 1 20 of the Illinois labor expenditures for each tax year plus. 2 20 of the Illinois production spending for each tax year plus. 3 15 of the Illinois labor expenditures generated by the employment of Illinois. residents in geographic areas of high poverty or high unemployment in each tax year as determined. by the Department, Following the Department s determination of the tax credit award the Department shall issue the tax. credit award to the applicant, Section 10 50 Live theater tax credit award program evaluation and reports.
a The Department s live theater tax credit award evaluation must include. i an assessment of the effectiveness of the program in creating and retaining new jobs. in Illinois, ii an assessment of the revenue impact of the program. iii in the discretion of the Department a review of the practices and experiences of. other states or nations with similar programs and, iv an assessment of the overall success of the program The Department may make a. recommendation to extend modify or not extend the program based on the evaluation. b At the end of each fiscal quarter the Department shall submit to the General Assembly a report. December 13 2011,that includes without limitation, i an assessment of the economic impact of the program including the number of jobs. created and retained and whether the job positions are entry level management vendor or production. ii the amount of accredited theater production spending brought to Illinois. including the amount of spending and type of Illinois vendors hired in connection with an accredited. theater production and, iii a determination of whether those receiving qualifying Illinois labor expenditure. salaries or wages reflect the geographical racial and ethnic gender and income level diversity of the. State of Illinois, c At the end of each fiscal year the Department shall submit to the General Assembly a report that.
includes without limitation, i the identification of each vendor that provided goods or services that were included. in an accredited theater production s Illinois production spending. ii a statement of the amount paid to each identified vendor by the accredited theater. production and whether the vendor is a minority or female owned business as defined in Section 2 of. the Business Enterprise for Minorities Females and Persons with Disabilities Act and. iii a description of the steps taken by the Department to encourage accredited theater. productions to use vendors who are minority or female owned businesses. Section 10 55 Program terms and conditions Any documentary materials or data made available or. received from an applicant by any agent or employee of the Department are confidential and are not. public records to the extent that the materials or data consist of commercial or financial information. regarding the operation of or the production of the applicant or recipient of any tax credit award under. Section 10 80 The Illinois Income Tax Act is amended by adding Section 222 as follows. 35 ILCS 5 222 new,Sec 222 Live theater production credit. a For tax years beginning on or after January 1 2012 a taxpayer who has received a tax credit award. under the Live Theater Production Tax Credit Act is entitled to a credit against the taxes imposed under. subsections a and b of Section 201 of this Act in an amount determined under that Act by the. Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, b If the taxpayer is a partnership limited liability partnership limited liability company or. Subchapter S corporation the tax credit award is allowed to the partners unit holders or shareholders in. accordance with the determination of income and distributive share of income under Sections 702 and. 704 and Subchapter S of the Internal Revenue Code, c A sale assignment or transfer of the tax credit award may be made by the taxpayer earning the. credit within one year after the credit is awarded in accordance with rules adopted by the Department of. Commerce and Economic Opportunity, d The Department of Revenue in cooperation with the Department of Commerce and Economic.
Opportunity shall adopt rules to enforce and administer the provisions of this Section. e The tax credit award may not be carried back If the amount of the credit exceeds the tax liability. for the year the excess may be carried forward and applied to the tax liability of the 5 tax years. following the excess credit year The tax credit award shall be applied to the earliest year for which there. is a tax liability If there are credits from more than one tax year that are available to offset liability the. earlier credit shall be applied first In no event may a credit under this Section reduce the taxpayer s. liability to less than zero,Article 15 Amendatory Provisions. Section 15 5 The Economic Development Area Tax Increment Allocation Act is amended by. changing Sections 3 4 5 8 9 and 11 and by adding Sections 4 5 and 4 7 as follows. 20 ILCS 620 3 from Ch 67 1 2 par 1003, Sec 3 Definitions In this Act words or terms shall have the following meanings unless the context. or usage clearly indicates that another meaning is intended. a Department means the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity. b Economic development plan means the written plan of a municipality which sets forth an. December 13 2011, economic development program for an economic development project area Each economic development. plan shall include but not be limited to 1 estimated economic development project costs 2 the. sources of funds to pay such costs 3 the nature and term of any obligations to be issued by the. municipality to pay such costs 4 the most recent equalized assessed valuation of the economic. development project area 5 an estimate of the equalized assessed valuation of the economic. development project area after completion of an economic development project 6 the estimated date of. completion of any economic development project proposed to be undertaken 7 a general description of. any proposed developer user or tenant of any property to be located or improved within the economic. development project area 8 a description of the type structure and general character of the facilities to. be developed or improved in the economic development project area 9 a description of the general. land uses to apply in the economic development project area 10 a description of the type class and. number of employees to be employed in the operation of the facilities to be developed or improved in the. economic development project area and 11 a commitment by the municipality to fair employment. practices and an affirmative action plan with respect to any economic development program to be. undertaken by the municipality, c Economic development project means any development project in furtherance of the objectives. of this Act, d Economic development project area means any improved or vacant area which 1 is located.
within or partially within or partially without the territorial limits of a municipality provided that no area. without the territorial limits of a municipality shall be included in an economic development project area. without the express consent of the Department acting as agent for the State 2 is contiguous 3 is not. less in the aggregate than three hundred twenty acres 4 is suitable for siting by any commercial. manufacturing industrial research or transportation enterprise of facilities to include but not be limited. to commercial businesses offices factories mills processing plants assembly plants packing plants. fabricating plants industrial or commercial distribution centers warehouses repair overhaul or service. facilities freight terminals research facilities test facilities or transportation facilities whether or not. such area has been used at any time for such facilities and whether or not the area has been used or is. suitable for other uses including commercial agricultural purposes and 5 which has been approved. and certified by the Department pursuant to this Act. e Economic development project costs mean and include the sum total of all reasonable or. necessary costs incurred by a municipality incidental to an economic development project including. without limitation the following, 1 Costs of studies surveys development of plans and specifications implementation and. administration of an economic development plan personnel and professional service costs for. architectural engineering legal marketing financial planning police fire public works or other. services provided that no charges for professional services may be based on a percentage of incremental. tax revenues, 2 Property assembly costs within an economic development project area including but not limited to. acquisition of land and other real or personal property or rights or interests therein and specifically. including payments to developers or other nongovernmental persons as reimbursement for property. assembly costs incurred by such developer or other nongovernmental person. 3 Site preparation costs including but not limited to clearance of any area within an economic. development project area by demolition or removal of any existing buildings structures fixtures. utilities and improvements and clearing and grading and including installation repair construction. reconstruction or relocation of public streets public utilities and other public site improvements within. or without an economic development project area which are essential to the preparation of the economic. development project area for use in accordance with an economic development plan and specifically. including payments to developers or other nongovernmental persons as reimbursement for site. preparation costs incurred by such developer or nongovernmental person. 4 Costs of renovation rehabilitation reconstruction relocation repair or remodeling of any existing. buildings improvements and fixtures within an economic development project area and specifically. including payments to developers or other nongovernmental persons as reimbursement for such costs. incurred by such developer or nongovernmental person. 5 Costs of construction acquisition and operation within an economic development project area of. public improvements including but not limited to publicly owned buildings structures works utilities. or fixtures provided that no allocation made to the municipality pursuant to subparagraph A of. paragraph 2 of subsection g of Section 4 of this Act or subparagraph A of paragraph 4 of. subsection g of Section 4 of this Act shall be used to operate a convention center or similar.

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