§ 158.03  SPECIAL SERVICE AREA NUMBER TWO-EXPANDED.
   (A)   A Special Service area to be known and designated as "City of Danville Special Service Area Number Two-Expanded" is hereby established and shall consist of the following described territory:
      (1)   Parcel A. That part of the City of Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois being further described as beginning at a point on the south right of way line of the Consolidated Rail Corporation; said point being situated at the intersection of said right of way and the east line of the Section 1-Township 19 North-Range 11 West; thence west along the said railroad right of way for a distance of approximately 4,993 feet to a point where the now said Corporate Limit Line turns south; thence south along said Corporate Limit Line for a distance of approximately 2,497 feet to the south right of way line of U.S. Route 136; thence east along said right of way line approximately 1,464 feet to the northwest corner of Lot 10 of the Sub of George Walz Farm and where the now said Corporate Limit line turns south; thence south along the west line of Lot 10 for a distance of approximately 1,304 feet to an Iron Rod situated at the southwest Corner of Lot 10 and the easterly right of way line of the Seaboard System Railroad (formerly the CE&I Railroad); thence southeasterly along the easterly railroad right of way for a distance of approximately 5,709 feet to the south line of Section 7-Township 19 North-Range 10 West; thence east along said Section 7-Township 19 North-Range 10 West line approximately 842 feet to a point where the Corporate Limit line turns north; thence north along said Corporate Limit line approximately 245 to a point where the Corporate Limit line turns northeasterly; thence northeasterly along the said Corporate Limit line a distance of approximately 381 feet to an Iron Rod on the east right of way line of Vine Street (Jones Road) and the east line of Lot 4, John O. Talbert's Est.; thence northwesterly along said east right of way line of Vine Street (Jones Road) approximately 660.33 feet to an Iron Rod on the west line of Lot 4, John O. Talbert`s Est.; thence north along the west line of Lot 4 and the Corporate Limit line approximately 1,560 feet to a point approximately 1,325 feet east of the southwest corner of the west half of the northwest quarter of Section line 7-Township 19 North-Range 10 West; thence west approximately 1,325 feet to the west line southwest corner west half of northwest quarter of Section line 7-Township 19 North-Range 10 West; thence North along said section 7-Township 19-Range 10 line approximately 2,616 feet to the southeast corner of Section 1-Township 19 North-Range 11 West; thence East approximately 1,325 feet along said section line to the southeast corner, west half, southeast quarter, Section 1-Township 19 North-Range 11 West; thence north approximately 2,155.11 feet to a concrete monument; thence east approximately 1,324.97 feet to a concrete monument on the east line of Section 1-Township 19 North-Range 11 West; thence north approximately 851.67 feet to the place of beginning.
      (2)   Parcel B. All that part lying within fractional Section 18, Township 19 North, Range 11 West.
      (3)   Parcel C. All that part lying within the North Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 13, Township 19 North, Range 11 West. Also, the North 330 feet of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 13, Township 19 North, Range 11 West.
      (4)   Except to: All lands unincorp-orated lying within the aforementioned legal description.
      (5)   Subject to: To the rights of the public in and to that part of the premises falling in a public road, commonly known as Lynch Spur, U.S. Route 136, Lynch Road, Vine Street (Jones Road), Eastgate Drive, Old Lynch Road, Lynch Creek Road, and Lynch Creek Court, Customer Place, Southgate Drive and Markley Road.
      (6)   Map: The map attached to Ordinance 8286, passed 11-19-02, and made part of this section as if fully set forth herein, is intended to accurately depict the previously described boundaries of Special Service Area Number Two-Expanded.
   (B)   Special Service Area Number Two-Expanded is established to provide special municipal services to said area. The primary service provided shall be the on-going maintenance of certain elements of the storm water drainage system serving the subject area as approved by the city. At the sole discretion of the city, revenues generated by this special service area may also be used to help fund necessary capital improvements to said drainage system in an effort to provide additional storage capacity and increase the efficiency of the overall system. In regard to any future capital improvements needed tax revenues generated as part of this special service area may be used to cover or reimburse a portion or all of any expense incurred if deemed appropriate by the city. The Special Service Area Number Two-Expanded is also created so that there shall be levied a special annual tax upon the property within the Special Service Area, for the aforesaid purposes, in an amount not to exceed $30 per acre owned, each year for an indefinite period of time. The owners of land within  the boundaries of the Special Service Area Number Two-Expanded shall be responsible to pay the above mentioned taxes to the city, or make arrangements to have them paid by others, according to law.
   (C)   (1)   There is hereby levied, imposed and extended, pursuant to 35 ILCS 200/27-75, a special tax in the amount of $23,543.52 (at the rate of $44 per acre) upon each lot, block, tract and parcel of land in the Special Service Area Number Two of the city, and in the specific amounts as shown and extended on the Special Service Area Number Two Tax Roll dated October 21, 1996 attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein (“the Tax Roll”), for the year 1996, payable in 1997.
      (2)   There is hereby established a lien upon each lot, block, tract and parcel of land in the Special Service Area Number Two of the city for the collection of the special tax hereby levied, imposed and extended, and the foreclosure remedies provided in Article 9 of the Illinois Municipal Code, as amended, shall apply upon non-payment of such special tax.
      (3)   The amount of such special tax shall be billed and collected by the city through its Finance Department. The bills for such special tax shall be mailed to the respective owners no later than June 1, 1997 and such tax shall be delinquent if not paid in full on or before August 1, 1997. Any tax which becomes delinquent shall bear interest at the rate of 1% per month for each month or part thereof that such tax is delinquent. If the city files suit to collect such tax or foreclose its lien, or both, then the owner shall pay, in addition to the tax billed, all interest provided hereunder plus the costs, including reasonable attorney's fees, incurred by the city in enforcement and collection of such tax.
      (4)   The proceeds of such special tax shall be deposited to the Stormwater Retention and Drainage Fund and held subject to further appropriation by the City Council.
(Ord. 7725, passed 9-20-94; Am. Ord. 7872, passed 12-17-96; Am. Ord. 8286, passed 11-19-02)