§ 110.45  LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSIONER AND COMMISSION.
   (A)   The Chairperson of the County Board shall be the Liquor Control Commissioner and shall head the Liquor Control Commission appointed in accord with the terms of this chapter.
   (B)   The Chairperson of the County Board may appoint a Liquor Control Commission, hereinafter referred to as the Commission, from the members of the Board to assist him or her in the exercise of the powers and the performance of the duties provided in this chapter or under the State Liquor Control Act, being ILCS Ch. 255, Act 5, for the Liquor Control Commissioner. The number so appointed shall not be less than three, nor more than five, members, not including the Chairperson of the Board. Attendance at a meeting by more than one-half of the appointed members shall permit the convening of the Commission. If the Chairperson of the Board is absent or is unable to perform the duties of the Chairperson of the Commission for any reason, he or she may appoint a member of the Commission to act in his or her place. Any person so appointed shall perform all of the functions and duties which the Chairperson of the Commission would normally perform.
   (C)   The Commission by majority vote at a convened meeting may issue, or revoke or suspend any retail dealer’s license in accordance with the provisions of this chapter or on the basis of provisions by any law of the state pertaining to the sale of alcoholic beverages.
   (D)   In case of a tie vote of the Commission members at a convened meeting, the Chairperson of the Commission shall vote to break the tie.
   (E)   The Commission shall keep or cause to be kept a complete record of all licenses issued by the Commission, and shall furnish the County Treasurer, State’s Attorney and Sheriff each with a copy thereof; upon the issuance of any license or revocation of any license the Liquor Control Commissioner or Commission shall give notice of the action by the Liquor Control Commissioner or Commission to each of these officers within 48 hours of the action.
(Prior Code, § 110.55)  (Ord. passed 9-14-1989)